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Re: [newtech-1] recommendations on small biz accounting software?

From: Mor S.
Sent on: Sunday, March 1, 2009 9:17 PM

Hi Beverly,

If you want reliable and quick advice on which accounting software is best for your small business, you should check out ( It uses a unique recommendation engine that ranks tech products based on reviews by a community of trusted professionals. It also has a cool personalization slider that lets you optimize the results based on the criteria that are most important to YOU.


If you are coming to the Meetup tomorrow, you will see a demo and learn more about how we do it.


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recommendations on small biz acctounting software?


Beverly May

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Sunday, March 1,[masked]:16 PM

Hello all,
I need to move away from Excel spreadsheets and into using some proper small business accounting software. Any recommendations or preferences or horror stories? I'm looking at the major ones for small business from Intuit, Peachtree (Sage) and Microsoft.
I'm working on a PC with XP SP3. I'm looking for mainly general ledger/basic accounting, but ideally with some tax readiness preparation built-in (doesnt need to be complete) and some kind of payroll integration option/upgrade add-on features for the future. Online banking integration would also be a bonus. Must also be able to import/export data from MS Excel.
Feel free to email me offline.
Thanks in advance!
-- Beverly



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