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Old August 4th, 2008, 12:45 PM   #1
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Ever hear of this program called FreshBooks?

www.freshbooks.com

Has anyone out there heard of or seen this program/service? It's book-keeping software that uses a subscription fee instead of buying it outright. It looks like they have several different levels of subscription, all based on how many clients you have and the overall size of your business. I don't know much about accounting software, but I'm impressed with how this program seems to simplify and streamline everything from invoicing, creating estimates, and even tracking your time spent on a project.

Their pricing doesn't seem too bad either, at least in my opinion... What do you think?
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Old August 4th, 2008, 07:05 PM   #2
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www.freshbooks.com

Has anyone out there heard of or seen this program/service? It's book-keeping software that uses a subscription fee instead of buying it outright. It looks like they have several different levels of subscription, all based on how many clients you have and the overall size of your business. I don't know much about accounting software, but I'm impressed with how this program seems to simplify and streamline everything from invoicing, creating estimates, and even tracking your time spent on a project.

Their pricing doesn't seem too bad either, at least in my opinion... What do you think?
I checked them out for a while, but they seem to bill based on the number of clients, and I had up to 50-60 client accounts to manage (most were my wife's tutoring clients) and I think it gets real spendy when you get up to that many clients.

I did like the interface. The downside is no offline access.
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