11-26-2007 05:15 AM
11-27-2007 10:33 AM - edited 11-27-2007 10:34 AM
I prefer and have always used QuickBooks. Much more powerful but there is a learning curve.
11-27-2007 10:48 AM
Hmm, in a nutshell I'd say Quicken is based on a checkbook register/statements workflow. Quickbooks workflow is based on general accounting principles and journal entry-style.
fused wrote:Message Edited by fused on 11-27-2007 08:34 AM
Tuscani wrote:I prefer and have always used QuickBooks. Much more powerful but there is a learning curve.How much different is QuickBooks from Quicken 2008?
11-28-2007 08:38 AM
11-28-2007 12:16 PM
Quicken Home and Business for me. But then I have it set up as almost an accounting system (with the debit here/credit there thing) Okay, back in 1997, I designed an accounting system using FORESIGHT (3-D modeling) so my ability is probably a lot greater to make things interwork.Personally, I don't need the QuickBooks functioality - I have no employees, no invoicing, and pretty much no A/R, I do have A/P but H&B allows for that.
I agree. Since my biz is just contracting I just need a basic software program that can give bill minders, balances etc.... Nothing about accts receivables etc....lol
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