QuickBooks Premier Edition 2009 review
By Richard Morochove | Published: 11:52, 02 October 2008
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Boox is a solid accountancy service accessible from any internet-connected computer, Boox is intuitive, easy-to-use and certainly suitable for contractors.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
At $369 for a single user ($669 for three licenses, and $899 for five), Sage 50 Complete Accounting 2013 isn't the cheapest way to keep your small business's books. But if you are well versed in accounting practices and want to implement your own preferences where choices are available, Sage 50 Complete provides all the controls you could wish for.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
TurboTax has been winning tax-software face-offs year after year for good reason: It's well designed, thorough, and just plain easy to use. But it's also expensive. TurboTax Home & Business costs $100, and includes up to five free federal e-files and one state software download; you must pay $20 to e-file a state return, however, and Intuit charges extra for some features (such as a session with a tax advisor) that archrival H&R Block at Home Premium includes for free. (Prices are as of February 15, 2011.)
Friday, February 11, 2011
Splasm Software's CheckBook Pro is a basic, inexpensive personal finance Mac application that helps you track your income and expenses and provides minimal reporting capabilities. While not as full featured as applications such as iBank and Moneywell, CheckBook Pro does offer everything essential to tracking your finances.