QuickBooks 2013 and 2014 supported on Mavericks

We here at Intuit were glued to our screens today watching the announcements from Apple. A free OS! How cool!

But you’re probably wondering how this impacts QuickBooks for Mac, so here’s the scoop.

QuickBooks for Mac 2014 and 2013:

QuickBooks for Mac 2014 and 2013 are supported with Mac OS 10.9 (Mavericks).  However, the Contact Sync feature in QuickBooks for Mac is disabled and will not function if you are running on Mavericks.

We will continue testing on Mavericks and work to resolve any issues that may be necessary to use QuickBooks for Mac 2014 and 2013 on Mavericks. If you encounter problems that did not exist in 10.8, please contact Technical Support so they can help report the problems to our development team.

QuickBooks for Mac 2012 and earlier:

Although QuickBooks for Mac 2012 and earlier versions may run on Mac OS X v10.9 (Mavericks), some features may not run correctly.  Earlier versions of QuickBooks were designed and built to run on the Mac OS version that was available at that time and not Mac OS X v10.9.  At this time, other than Contact Sync functionality, QuickBooks Mac 2011 & 2012 have no known issues and incompatibilities with Mavericks.

We’ll keep you updated as we get more information.


About Shelly King

Shelly King works for Intuit as a member of the QuickBooks for Mac team. She’s the Managing Editor for Little Square and its main contributor. Shelly grew up in the South until 1994 when the Internet called her to Silicon Valley. She’s done a lot on the web ever since. Little Square was her idea. Yep, it’s all her fault. See all of Shelly's articles

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