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Accounting packages for small business...

By: Startupbiz [10-January-10 4:13PM]
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What are the best, or at least good, accounting packages for small businesses?

If anyone has any recommendations then post them here and it might become useful for others who stumble across this post in the future.

What sort of features and facilities are useful in a small business accounting package: what features should it have as a minimum for instance relating to helping to keep track of the accounts, invoicing, late payments and all the rest of it.

Re : Accounting packages for small business


Dan Moore [6-April-10 3:56PM]
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You could take a look at QuickBooks.

I think there's been a post in the past listing various pieces of accounting software for small businesses though can't remember which forum it was in off the top of my head!

Re : Accounting packages for small business


Tim Briggs [2-September-10 11:03PM]
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I have also heard Quickbooks is a good choice if you want something really cheap but up to the job for a simple small business set of accounts.

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K Matt [9-September-10 6:41PM]
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QuickBooks is pretty good in my opinion. Although I haven't used any of these, FreeAgent and Xero seem get good write ups too.

Quite a few providers are starting (or have started) to offer free trials for their products too so at least you can try before you buy nowadays.

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