Mel GarapolisParticipantWave is really good. They are completely free too, making them infinitely cheaper than Xero or Amazon. There’s also a number of smaller accounting software packages like Zipbooks.com or Kashoo.com that you can try. Each one is different in their own way, but they all take some learning. You’ll have to play with each to decide which you like best. I’d start with free – which is WaveApps.com00
- June 22, 2019 at 1:29 am
Oh I have never heard of that one! Okay I will look into it thanks00
- June 27, 2019 at 3:50 pm
SonnetParticipantTry doing a search. There’s actually quite a few of them out there, many I never heard of before looking. Have you ever heard of Kashoo.com or ZipBooks.com? I hadn’t heard of WaveApps.com so I’ll check that one out.00
- July 13, 2019 at 1:50 am
Akshay MParticipantQuickBooks has always been one of the most ideal and recognized business accounting software for small and medium-sized businesses. It is imperative that the accounting software should be loaded with features like easy accessibility, automatic backups, integrations and able to handle all the financial transactions with lesser efforts.
- June 1, 2020 at 2:57 pm
QuickBooks has been a great tool in managing cash flow statements and daily reconciliations. Small accounting businesses often require fast bill functions and printing checks that reduce unnecessary data entry and increases the productivity of accounting firms.
The small businesses often need to access their QuickBooks application and data from remote locations. However, the QuickBooks Desktop lacks the remote accessibility feature. QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Hosting variants allow the same. They both provide remote access to the QuickBooks application and data along with multi-user collaboration.
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- June 9, 2020 at 5:07 pm
Sonnet: Try doing a search. There’s actually quite a few of them out there, many I never heard of before looking. Have you ever heard of Kashoo.com or ZipBooks.com? I hadn’t heard of WaveApps.com so I’ll check that one out.
I’ve heard of ZipBooks, it wasn’t my favorite but it had what people needed. Kashoo is an interesting one that I will need to look into. Most people I know use quickbooks since it is the most well known one though00
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