Good Expense Report Software

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Flaco, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. Flaco macrumors newbie

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    I recently got my Dad to switch to Mac when he got his new computer as he did not want Vista but also did not want to build a machine. He uses an expense report program he really likes but it is out dated. Does anyone know any good ones for the Mac. For now he will run Win98 under Fusion and use his old one but he would really like to get away from Windows totally. Thanks for any ideas you guys have.
     
  2. macsrules macrumors regular

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    Well there are three options that I would say are good it just depends on the level of accounting he is capable of doing. Here they are>


    1. Quicken for the Mac http://quicken.intuit.com/personal-...-qkn_sku_mac&gclid=CLC1lIbHn5ICFRciFQodHkNuQQ

    With this one it will do basic budget and banking reconsiliations.

    2. Quickbooks http://quickbooks.intuit.com/product/accounting-software/pro-mac-business-finance-software.jhtml This will offer him full on accounting.

    3. Third party software called accounts http://www.nano.com.au/ This is a middle of the road accounting package more stripped down version of Quickbooks

    4. Oh Ya there is also iBank http://www.iggsoftware.com/ibank/ More like quicken for the Mac
     
  3. kmr2 macrumors newbie

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    Online expense report option

    If it's just an expense reporting solution your Dad needs, you can have him try out http://paybackable.com. We built and launched it about 6 months ago to help folks track out-of-pocket and mileage expenses. Expense reports can be exported to a spreadsheet or QuickBoooks.

    We're a web development firm and Mac shop. We got so frustrated dealing with our own expense reports that we built this site, then opened it up for others. There's a completely free plan for individuals, with paid ones for companies with employees. Think it could be a good fit for your Dad's needs.

    - Kevin
     
  4. shallumcooper macrumors newbie

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  5. Dal123 macrumors 6502a

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    I really did not want to leave mac, but from what I hear Sage Accounts 50 is the main programme for accounting, or bookkeeping for business.

    So I've had to use bootcamp, so I can load windows and use Sage for my accounting. I am looking into Icloud to sync both computers.
     

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