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I have a website that does about $80,000 worth of revenue a year through PayPal subscriptions. Over the last couple of years I've kept track of my accounting through a spreadsheet, but I'm considering upgrading to some accounting software as my business grows.

I've looked at products like Waveapp and Slickpie, but it looks like these are for more traditional businesses that require invoicing.

I'm wondering what other online entrepreneurs are doing and what software they use to make life easier during taxing.
#software #tax
  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Stanley
    Is hiring a CPA ruled out? A trusted one there as you likely guessed can be a real time saver and stress reducer. Bench is one tool that imo is especially handy in that regard ... streamlined bookkeeping software (that works) and, come tax time, they'll work directly with your CPA if you have one...
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  • Profile picture of the author Medon
    Have you consisdered Intuit QuickBooks? I bet it is the best option you have.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    use the one your accountant uses that way you can send the files for tax prep.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tedel
    There are a few free software you may want to check:


    kMyMoney
    Grisbi
    GNUcash
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  • Profile picture of the author Bogababa
    Your best bet is google because there are so many good software for every kind of business. Have a quick comparison for your need.
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