MS Money. Cheap and does everything I need. Keeps all info for domistic and business finances.
Much easier to use then spreadsheets and the reports are very useful at tax time or any other time for that matter ;)
I must admit I like the older versions (less clutter).
tbear, oh i relate. Noticed that everyone thinks were rich cos we work in the internet?
Throw away everything else and get Quickbooks (you don't need the Pro ver unless you're doing payroll in-house or estimating). Like The_Contractor says, I like the older versions but I'm currently running QB2001 and you can customize it to streamline it a bit.
QuickBooks and a quickbooks saavy wife.
Sage Line 50.
rcjordan is right, throw away everything else.
It takes a while to get used to, but it's possibilities are unbeatable.
I am not sure if I can ask in this thread but it is related.
What do any of you use for keeping track of expenses. Can Quicken or MS money be used for that? Does it handle different currencies etc?
ArtStart >> rcjordan is right, throw away everything else
Hear that Martinibuster? :)
I like the savvy wife idea. She's going to spend it all anyway, so why should I bother trying to manage it ;)
A pen and paper which we keep in the kitchen draw :)
I keep mine in a custard cup on the kitchen counter.
I dont keep track, thats my problem, i know im in debt when two big scary men knock on my door asking for items equivelent to the value of X. Or my bank manager has his angels of death ring me at all hours...
Quicken 5 for me, easy, uncluttered and complete.
Visit_Thailand, it handles different currencies and converts these to the main currency for the overall picture.
|What do any of you use for keeping track of expenses. |
see my previous post