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  • Xero Review

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    Xero Promo: US-based customers: You can get 30% off your first six months of service; click here or use promo code XERO30 during signup. Highlights: Unlimited users Robust features Payroll Good customer service 500+ integrations Overview: In the race to the top for best accounting software, QuickBooks has taken the lead for years, running laps around […]

  • Quickbooks Online Review

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    Highlights: Robust feature set Easy to use Beautiful UI Over 400+ integrations Strong reputation Overview: If you’ve heard of accounting, you’ve heard of Intuit QuickBooks. Intuit has been one of the biggest names in accounting and personal finance for three decades now; it was founded in 1983 with the idea that there should be a […]

  • QuickBooks Pro Review

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    Highlights: True accounting Robust feature set Hundreds of reports Strong reputation Overview: In many ways, Intuit QuickBooks Pro is like the girl/boy of your dreams; the one who is always playing hard to get. Preceded by larger-than-life reputations, they both may seem way out of your league. If the thought of using a complex program like QuickBooks makes your palms […]

  • Zoho Books Review

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    Highlights: Competitive pricing Easy to use Unbeatable invoicing Beautiful UI Great client portal Overview: With automized email templates, report generating, inventory tracking, billing, and scheduled invoicing (all for a very competitive monthly cost), it should come as no surprise that one of this software’s primary slogans is “Focus on work. Waste less time.” If you […]

  • FreeAgent Review

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    Highlights: Jargon-free Simple to use Invoicing automations Inventory Money-saving referral program Overview: In 2006, Oxford graduate and ex-RAF pilot Ed Molyneux was freelancing as an IT consultant and growing increasingly frustrated with the hours he was spending tracking time, income, and taxes in spreadsheets. He teamed up with two other freelancers, co-founders Olly Headey and […]

  • Wave Review (Formerly Wave Accounting)

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    Highlights: Free Personal and business account management Beautiful invoicing Supports multiple companies Good customer service Overview: “No jargon. No complicated software. No MBA required.” Wave, a free, cloud-based program that supports 2.2 million users, has been making ‘waves’ in the accounting world since 2010. From humble beginnings, the company has now grown to 105 employees. […]

  • Saasu Review

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    Highlights: Unlimited users Reports and cashflow forecaster Basic accounting features Strong inventory Overview: In the face of giants, Saasu may appear small and weak. But as we all know, appearances can be deceiving. Taking a bold stance –  to battle with Goliath is our everyday mission – this company hurls metaphorical stones at its competitors, an army of content […]

  • AccountEdge Review

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    Highlights: Locally installed Traditional accounting Robust features Commission and payroll support 100+ reports Overview: You’ve heard of buyouts – those messy phenomena that mean rough transitions and mounds of legal paperwork. But have you ever heard of a company that bought themselves out? That’s exactly what ACCLIVITY founders Scott Davisson and Tom Nash did. Davisson […]

  • Invoicely Review

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    Highlights: Easy to use Free pricing plan Unlimited invoices Unlimited clients Overview: It’s funny to see what kind of crazy names names people come up with for their businesses. You’d think there would be a finite number of ways a software company could fit the word invoice into their brand name, but Invoicely has actively […]

  • Kashoo Review

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    Highlights: Great iPad app Inventory Customizable invoices Basic job-costing Overview: Based in Vancouver, Kashoo is the brainchild of Dobes Vandermeer and May Chu. The couple had grown annoyed with QuickBooks and thought that, when it came to small business accounting software, there had to be a simpler, more user-friendly solution. In 2008, they launched the […]

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