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Which software should I use for a small business?
My dad wants me to keep track of all of his expenses and income. I have been using Quicken Home & Business 2013. For his eBay income, I created an Account Receivable named "eBay Income" and for expenses I create Account Paybables, such as "Hotel", "Transportation" "Shipping" "Shipping Expenses" "Mineral Purchases", etc.... For his receipts from Walmart, Lowes, Post Office, etc., I enter the date, Payee, memo if i need to, categorize it, and then the amount of the purchase. As far as eBay income goes, I download the PayPal history and it automatically goes into my Quicken. My question is, is Quicken Home and Business 2013 the right software to use and am I doing it correctly? Or should I use some other software?1 year ago - 2 answers
Well, you'll have an easier time with Quickbooks after you learn how to use it. It's worth the effort - Quicken is made for homeowners and such, Quickbooks is made for small businesses. Quickbooks is what you want, and it will grow with you, too.1 year ago
You will have an easier time using Quickbooks
Source(s)by Henry - 1 year ago