simple accounting software


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andy

I'm looking for simeple book-keeping/accounts software suitable for a sole
trader. I'm dissapointed to see Natwest don't offer their book-keeper
software anymore - that would have been perfect (not to mention free). It's
now been replaced by some horrible browser based advertware.

I've heard good things about Dosh Accounts for Windows, listed on dosh.co.uk
for £99. Are there any alternative products I should consider in a similar
price range?
 
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Jon Griffey

andy said:
I'm looking for simeple book-keeping/accounts software suitable for a sole
trader. I'm dissapointed to see Natwest don't offer their book-keeper
software anymore - that would have been perfect (not to mention free). It's
now been replaced by some horrible browser based advertware.

I've heard good things about Dosh Accounts for Windows, listed on dosh.co.uk
for £99. Are there any alternative products I should consider in a similar
price range?
Depending on how complicated your business is, it might be more
appropriate to use a spreadsheet.
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Chartered Certified Accountants & Registered Auditors
2 Mill Road, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 8BD

Tel (01440) 762024

www.hackettgriffey.com

See website for disclaimers
 
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Peter Saxton

I'm looking for simeple book-keeping/accounts software suitable for a sole
trader. I'm dissapointed to see Natwest don't offer their book-keeper
software anymore - that would have been perfect (not to mention free). It's
now been replaced by some horrible browser based advertware.

I've heard good things about Dosh Accounts for Windows, listed on dosh.co.uk
for £99. Are there any alternative products I should consider in a similar
price range?
It's not the legal status of your business that decides the best
software for the business.

What are you wanting to do?

You could be making a big mistake if you concentrate on price.
 
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Doug Ramage

andy said:
I'm looking for simeple book-keeping/accounts software suitable for a sole
trader. I'm dissapointed to see Natwest don't offer their book-keeper
software anymore - that would have been perfect (not to mention free).
It's now been replaced by some horrible browser based advertware.

I've heard good things about Dosh Accounts for Windows, listed on
dosh.co.uk for £99. Are there any alternative products I should consider
in a similar price range?
If you are intending using an accountant, why not speak to him/her?
 
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funkdr112

Well is all comes down to the level of work your organisation is
looking to undertake, it might be more advisable to use a spreadsheet
more so I don't think is a legal requirement to keep property
accounting records
 
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Peter Saxton

Well is all comes down to the level of work your organisation is
looking to undertake, it might be more advisable to use a spreadsheet
more so I don't think is a legal requirement to keep property
accounting records
What?
 
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DoobieDo

Well is all comes down to the level of work your organisation is
looking to undertake, it might be more advisable to use a spreadsheet
more so I don't think is a legal requirement to keep property
accounting records


and it's more polite to say "pardon"
 
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Simon

DoobieDo said:
Well is all comes down to the level of work your organisation is
looking to undertake, it might be more advisable to use a spreadsheet
more so I don't think is a legal requirement to keep property
accounting records


and it's more polite to say "pardon"
Quite so, but is this the pot calling the kettle black. From what I have
seen, when people spout shite you tend to respond in the same manner.

Simon ;-)
 

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