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Do You Know About These Great Accounting Apps?

February 7, 2019 by OSYB Staff

Intuit QuickBooks shares what they consider the top 2019 add-on for Quickbooks accounting apps:

1.  Qvinci – has great features and is more compatible with businesses that have several locations and a larger employee base.  Qvinci can produce, collect, and consolidate financial data from different sources.  For example, if you have more than one location,  Qvinci can run a report that shows the performance of each location.  It can also help you to discover best practices to implement at the locations that are not doing as well.

With plans that start at $15.95 per company, per month, it is affordable.

2.  Fathom – helps to monitor how successful you are at reaching your financial goals and other goals as well.  Setting up custom key performance indicators (KPIs) is easy and this will help you to track the metrics that you need to operate your business successfully.  Fathom works for both small businesses and larger companies.

Plans begin at $39 per month for small businesses and larger companies are offered flexible plan options to meet their needs.

3.  MoreReporting – works best for small businesses.   MoreReporting will provide you with quick financial reports that you need to run your business.

The platform plan begins at $50 per month.

4. Futrli – is a good fit for small businesses, executives and accounting firms.  “Futrli uses historical data to build a three-way forecast using your profit and loss, balance sheet, and cash flow statement—so you can project your cash flow up to 10 years out.”

Plans begin at $49.99 per month for single businesses and other plans are available for larger entities.

5.  Seller to Accounting – works for businesses that sell on Amazon.  Seller to Accounting simplifies your record keeping for your Amazon sales and expenses, and matches and reconciles your Amazon payouts directly in QuickBooks.

Plans start at $29 per month.

For details:  The Top 5 Accounting Apps for 2019

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