If you've not done so yet, maybe take a look through the recent posts
here referring to OpenERP, etc. Many book-keeping systems were mentioned.
I'm assuming you'd prefer a *Nix-based system, and maybe FOSS? And you
- Many of the major systems clearly state that they do not support VAT.
- Some suggest that their tax handling can be configured to handle
VAT - but that might be optimistic!
- And, of those with good VAT support, some don't support the "cash
accounting" VAT schemes, and that eliminates some more candidates.
On 17/10/2011 18:41, Gerard Cunningham wrote:
> Can anyone recommend a simple-to-use (I know, that's relative)
> accounting package for use by a sole trader, to handle Sales, Cash,
> Purchases, Debtors Owing and VAT for an impoverished journalist?
>> Basically I need something that's a pretty straightforward
> metaphor/equivalent for standard double-entry bookkeeping.
>> The ability to talk to bank accounts/Revenue online is not necessary,
> though if it can generate custom invoices as PDF that would be nice.
>>> On an unrelated note, has anyone had any success in getting Unbuntuone
> to work with a non-Ubuntu distro? Ironic that I can get a version for MS
> Windows but not for Debian.
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