I manage our business on a Mac. I bought the latest copy Quickbooks 2010 for Mac. I knew it a little bit quirky because to send to the accountant running Windows, you need to export as Windows. No biggie.
The corporate tax returns were due Monday. But I wasn't worried. The books were reconciled each month and up to date. I installed TurboTax Business in my Windows virtual machine (Intuit hasn't gotten around to developing a Mac version yet, because they must believe real accountants don't use a Mac). I exported the qb file to Windows. And tried to import them into TurboTax.
TurboTax puked: "unsupported file format".
I ended up having to print out the P&L statement and keypunch every number into TurboTax. And after doing some research, found out that Intuit TurboTax does not work.....ever....with Intuit Quickbooks Mac. Now that's good product planning. "Choose Easy"