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    I'm searching in vain to find the right bit of software. I am a freelance IT consultant, and need some software to produce, track and manage my invoices and projects. Can anyone recommend anything?

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    Have tried various things for recording hours/doing invoices but in the end always came back to Excel. It has the flexibility to tailor things as you want that other packages just don't have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tisgrandupnorth View Post
    I'm searching in vain to find the right bit of software. I am a freelance IT consultant, and need some software to produce, track and manage my invoices and projects. Can anyone recommend anything?
    Excel, Word & Microsoft Project.

    Freelance IT Consultant? My arse!

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    Excel here as well.

    Its just "easier".

    If I had 30 guys working for me I might have an accounting system but I don't.

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    If you are looking for something like accounting software (track jobs, invoices, calculate VAT and Tax etc)


    1- Quickbooks - lots of people here use it, Cojack recommended it

    2- http://www.turbocashuk.com/

    btw: haven't tried any of the above, but heard good things about Quickbooks

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