How can I transfer my 2015 Quickbooks Accountant Liscense to my sister? Is something like this possible? I am no longer using and she is getting back into the field.

This is the specific program that I would like to transfer title over to my sister.. is this possible?  I won't be using this anymore and she needs to get up to speed on a newer version on quickbooks.  

I am a quickbooks proadvisor member and I get the downloads of the newest version each year and would like to give this 2015 version (noted below) to my sister legally.

Intuit QuickBooks Accountant

Fulfillment Method: Download

Version: 2015

Users: 1

Product Number: 113644


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Intuit doesn't transfer licenses like that. If this was one Business buying another, then the sale of all assets would include the program. Additionally, QB 2015 reaches End of Life May 2018. In just a month or so, QB 2018 will be out, and Intuit has a 3-year lifecycle for the Desktop programs, so when QB 2018 comes out, you do the math: QB 2018, 2017 and 2016 are the Three Supported Years. That is why QB 2015 reaches End of Life in May 2018. Here is a Discontinuation topic for reference:

QuickBooks Discontinuation Plan

If a person needs tools, they should buy their tools.

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