Accounting software advice please..

UK Discussion in 'Accounting Software' started by LL78, Jan 22, 2016.

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    LL78

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    I need some accounting software that will do all of the normal accounting things (vat return etc) but also break down various 'projects'. We sell vehicles and need records of how much has been spent on each. SAGE claimed to do this but there was no way of seeing each individual project and the expenses against it as they were all muddled together. Is there anything out there that would this? Thank you!
     
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    Heather Robinson

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    We just switched from Sage to Quick books Enterprise. I would recommend that. They have fields where you can apply customers and vendors to specific jobs.
     
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    Marianne

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    I've been using Quickbooks for 20 years. The 2016 version still does not work with my bank for online banking. It will as soon as my bank updates its software.
     
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    Gilbert James

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    QuickBooks is pretty good. I have used it for my audits and book keeping services and it helps you keep track of individual projects. You could even look at accounting firms that specialize in accoutnign software solutions to help you move to Quick Books. This could be a one time thing wherein they help you set up and migrate and then you can go about your business.
     
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    Mike Wilford

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    KashFlow is also pretty good. But as mentioned by Gilbert, you could even look at accounting firms that specialize in accounting software solutions as this is what we do for our local clients.
     
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    Renuka Rana

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    I would recommend QuickBooks software. It gives you a better control on the payroll, time and expense items with a customized reporting for a project.
     
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    quick book and Kash flow booth are good software for audit and bookkeeping services.
     
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    staceyhoward

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    I would recommend you Quick Books and Net Suite for your needs.
     
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    Dear All,
    Is any of the Accounting software allowing to connect to bank account reconcile sales and purchases and have the ability to receive the invoices from suppliers with in the software and account payable to just log in see the outstanding invoices and make the payments? marking the invoice as paid and reconciled to the specific expense code? to be able to take more than one connection but give different user different access credentials
    I hope some one has an answer look foward to hear that
    Thanks
     
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    Hi LL78!
    Transitioning can be difficult but your requests don't sound too difficult to find software for. The software I use is called Ledgersync and all transactions are automatic so you would be able to see all the fine details such as you have described. It also means less work when bookkeeping - hurrah! If you're unsure if it has the right features for what you're needing, be sure to book a demo so you can answer your own question and give it a try before committing.
    Good luck!
     
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