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    I'm looking for accounting program alternative or a good invoicing. A program which works nicely for me could be an iPhone app or a web-based app. I believed I 'd be more successful finding something that was free. It looks like every software which advertises as an app that is free is not genuinely free. I am at least looking for a nice looking invoice template that I can use to create invoices for my clients, if I can not locate an invoicing program that is free. Please, do not recommend invoice templates from software that cost money, like Microsoft products. :)


    Once I find something great, I will be sure to pay it forward in this forum and in others.



    Thanks for your help web! ;)

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    Look at AccountEdge and they have a mobil app, but it is not free. I think it is $299.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sydney Barrett View Post
      I'm looking for accounting program alternative or a good invoicing. A program which works nicely for me could be an iPhone app or a web-based app. I believed I 'd be more successful finding something that was free. It looks like every software which advertises as an app that is free is not genuinely free. I am at least looking for a nice looking invoice template that I can use to create invoices for my clients, if I can not locate an invoicing program that is free. Please, do not recommend invoice templates from software that cost money, like Microsoft products. :)


      Once I find something great, I will be sure to pay it forward in this forum and in others.



      Thanks for your help web! ;)

      I don't use this but I know some smaller contractors who do use it, not free but as low as $9/month.

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        We all want something free and generally, it is worth a little less than what we paid for it.
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        • #5
          Quickbooks. Not free but why would you run a business on free accounting software? Can't be a real business, an accountant can read a Quickbooks file. Doesn't get much simpler then that.
          "First we finish the game, then we’ll deal with the Armada!"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ted S. View Post
            Quickbooks. Not free but why would you run a business on free accounting software? Can't be a real business, an accountant can read a Quickbooks file. Doesn't get much simpler then that.
            Good point, you always want to use the program that your accountant uses and is familiar with, you don't want to pay your accountant to learn a new program.
            You will ask what goal the U.S. is pursuing? .... their external debt is huge, and ruining other countries is their customary method. Even ownership of the global 'printing press' is no longer helping. Nor is full control over NATO, None of that if enough for the 21st century colonizers. They don't just need to preserve the dollar as the only global currency but also to get their hands on the economic wealth of other large powers and regions. - Sergei Naryshkin

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dick Seibert View Post

              Good point, you always want to use the program that your accountant uses and is familiar with, you don't want to pay your accountant to learn a new program.

              I send my CPA my financial statements, but have found no need for them to actually use the accounting program I use.
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              • #8
                I agree, that has never been an issue.

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