When starting a business there are so many start-up costs. Somewhere on your projected expenses list should be bookkeeping or accounting related costs, these could include accountant fees, bookkeeping fees and perhaps some sort of bookkeeping software. If you are looking to cut costs then searching for free bookkeeping software may cross your mind. It is tempting to reduce costs and look for free options but please remember the quality is likely to not be as good. There are cheap software alternatives like KashFlow but if you really want something for free then please read on...
1st Place - Wave
Wave is very popular free bookkeeping and accounting software. There are paid features such as the payroll feature but the majority of the software is for free. Wave has a more professional look and approach than other free accounting software providers. All accounting data entered into the software is kept secure. To visit Wave's website please click here
2nd Place - Quick File
QuickFile is a free bookkeeping software provider based in the UK. There are no catches and their software does offer a lot of features that many start-up businesses need such as raising and recording invoices. The software is simple to use and even offers free software support. To visit their site please click here
3rd Place - Manager
Manager offers free desktop bookkeeping software but the cloud based software does cost. Manager is the least popular out of the 3 and does have some catches. If you are not satisfied with Wave or QuickFile then Manager is worth a try. Click here to visit their website.
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