Let Intuit QuickBooks Desktop manage your finances so you can manage your small business

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Intuit® QuickBooks® is financial accounting software designed to help small businesses manage payments, expenses and payroll.


  • Organize expenses and know where your money is going
  • Track and pay bills, write checks, and send invoices to enhance cash flow
  • Run reports instantly, like profit and loss statements, to evaluate performance and adjust plans
  • Pay employees and file payroll taxes easily with support if you need it
  • Integrate with your BB&T accounts automatically for seamless financial management

QuickBooks products

QuickBooks gives you options for desktop software based on your needs.


There are two ways QuickBooks interacts with your BB&T online banking account.

  • Direct Connect
    • QuickBooks will log in to your online banking to securely and automatically download transactions into QuickBooks in a single download
    • Monthly access fee: $14.95
  • Web Connect
    • Download transactions manually from your BB&T account and import them into QuickBooks
    • No monthly access fee

How to get started

You can start using QuickBooks and integrate with your BB&T online banking in two simple steps:

QuickBooks automates, organizes, and simplifies how you manage money for your business.

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