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Small business accounting software that doesn't suck?

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by SkinnyGoomba, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. SkinnyGoomba

    SkinnyGoomba Senior member

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    Howdy,

    Any recs on accounting software that would work well for a manufacturing type business but allows for easy project management?

    Thank you!
     
  2. HelloIDistance

    HelloIDistance Senior member

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    What do you mean by project management? Quickbooks is actually pretty decent. I work in public accounting and most of our clients (<10 million annual revenue) use that. I guess it depends how small the business is.
     
  3. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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    working for a manufacturing org, I can say there is no software you buy in a box that doesn't suck. we've tried iirc 3 accounting programs in the past few years and its still unsatisfactory and leaves you frustrated. well, at least in our case.
     
  4. SkinnyGoomba

    SkinnyGoomba Senior member

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    Peachtree sounds promising so far, I have a feeling I'm going to have to continue running my projects on excel.
     
  5. yjeezle

    yjeezle Senior member

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    honestly, peachtree is probably the best... it's what we use for making invoices
     
  6. Pawan Yadav

    Pawan Yadav New Member

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    Sage 50 Pro Accounting is also not bad, the interesting thing is price is very reasonable that is $62, if you are going to buy QuickBooks, you need to pay around $200... other one affordable payroll software is Microsoft Office Small Business Account, it has the same price that is $61.99.. I have written reviews on top payroll software, it would really be good if you go through the reviews to understand their working tasks, pricing and other important things according to your business requirements. The review page is http://usemyreviews.com/payroll-software-reviews/ where I have reviewed more than 10 payroll software with important points.
     
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  7. parkdarily

    parkdarily New Member

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    honestly, peachtree is probably the best... it's what we use for making invoices
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  8. jackgb1980

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    i agree peachtree is one of the best, it is super easy to learn and does a lot for the money. i use it for invoices too, we have a small antique business.
     

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