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Best Online Accounting Software for Your Business

You’ve started your business and you’ve started getting your first clients or customers, congrats! Now it is time to keep track of the money coming in and out of your business. Below are some accounting software sites that can help you keep track of that cash flow.


Bright Book

If you are looking for something very basic to invoice clients with and perform very basic accounting functions, Bright Book may be right for you. This online based accounting company is targeted at freelancers, contractors and small businesses.  And the best part is, it’s free!



Wave Accounting

Wave is also a free service for basic accounting functions and invoicing. Wave Accounting targets home-based businesses, freelancers, real estate agents, and other small businesses. Other features such as payroll will require a fee.



Go Daddy Book Keeping

GoDaddy Bookkeeping is unique in that it offers direct integration with Amazon, eBay, and Etsy make it a terrific tool for entrepreneurs who sell on those sites, but its overall bookkeeping features are pretty basic. The price isn’t bad at $9.99 a month if what they have is all you need.



Fresh Books

Fresh Books is for the small business owner that needs something a little more than basic. With this software, you can manage and track invoices, expenses and even time. The software is easy to use and understand, no accounting jargon to confuse you. Plans start at $15 a month.



Quick Books

QuickBooks Online Plus offers is the most comprehensive software of this bunch for small business accounting. It’s easy to use and has add-ons to customize your experience. Plans range from $15 – $40 month.



L’oréal Hunter

L’oréal is the Editor aka Blog Baroness of the Greensheet Blog and enjoys writing and traveling in her spare time. She has a background in developing, coordinating, and managing a wide range of digital content for small and large companies.