Software Cp As Are Getting SmarterAl Giovetti and Dean Foust
For small-business owners who can't afford to hire a bookkeeper, keeping track of finances can be daunting. Rather than learn the complexities of double-entry accounting, many entrepreneurs make do with Intuit's popular personal-finance software, Quicken. But for those who are serious about growing a business--and creating records that might allow it to be sold later--there's a better way. A new generation of Windows-based accounting software makes it easier to balance the books without knowing the difference between LIFO and FIFO.
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