Intuit Quickbooks integrates with PayPal commerce platform
Accounting software giant Intuit Australia has integrated the PayPal commerce platform into its QuickBooks platform to provide what it says is a new, fast way for small businesses to get paid at competitive rates.
Many of Australia’s small businesses appear to be doing it tough, with a newly published report finding that just 50.7% of SMBs had positive cash flow as of June this year, with many operating in the red due to late payments.
Australian small businesses are owed an estimated $26 billion in unpaid debts by big businesses, according to a new report which says the levels of debt threaten the solvency of SMBs and their ability to pay staff, suppliers and themselves.
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