UK What software is best?


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Hi all!
I'm newcomer here. I live in Russia and I'm an accountant. I'd like to know what soft use my colleagues in Europe. I mean small firms.
I read posts above and I found that in US use Wave and QuicBooks.
What about GnuCash?
 
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There are various software available for accounting and bookkeeping needs like Invoicera, quickbooks, harvest, wave accounting.
I would probably recommend you Invoicera, as I run a small business and it fulfils my needs.
 
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I would stay away from intuit after they just discontinued QuickBooks Enterprise UK.

If anyone knows anything or has any experiences about software called Acuamtica, i'd love to know! For me at the moment it is a toss-up between a mid sized system like that or something smaller and web based like xero but I am currently undecided. So any help/ideas would be great :)
 
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There are various software available for accounting and bookkeeping needs like Invoicera, quickbooks, harvest, wave accounting.
I would probably recommend you Invoicera, as I run a small business and it fulfils my needs.
Thank you!
 
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You can use Quick Books , Net Suite , Simply Accounting and Quicken for your needs.
 
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I am currently working for Accounting to Taxes (ATT) as an accounting expert .here we use Quick books , Net suite, Quicken and Peachtree
 
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Has anyone tried VT ? I am looking into this as a low cost alternative to Wave.. main issue it is not cloud based, which means I then need to place it on a server with relevant access which then adds some more cost !
 

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