Business Software Finances QuickBooks Simple Start

QuickBooks Simple Start 2009 for Windows

by Intuit Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (8 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,931
Publisher Intuit Inc.
Homepage QuickBooks Simple Start

Publisher's Description

QuickBooks Simple Start is easy-to-use, free accounting software that is the easiest way to create invoices and track sales and expenses. It has just the right tools to show you how much money you're making and to help you get organized for tax time.

This free bookkeeping software includes the ability to write checks, record cash and credit card expenses, issue refunds, and receive payments. Track the money flowing in and out of your business. Know who it comes from and where it goes. Note: Simple Start is for new QuickBooks users. Simple Start cannot import data from prior versions of QuickBooks: Pro or Premier Editions, Quicken or Peachtree.

Latest Reviews

tasty

tasty reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 31, 2008

A good program especially considering it is free. Contains many of the features of full QuickBooks without the considerable bloat. The limit of customers and vendors is understandable to encourage the user to purchase, but is ample enough for many small businesses. Also consider evaluating Microsoft Office Accounting Express.

gsteele

gsteele reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 30, 2008

Been using this program for 2 years to teach quickbooks to new business owners. It's a lot easier then Peachtree.

preinterpost

preinterpost reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 30, 2008

Given that every restaurant, web site or wherever you buy anythung is a 'vendor' it is not good enough to limit this number to 20. Otherwise I am using QB Pro and find it one of the worst examples of modern programming to be found - who is the designer/architect of this thing!?!? Well, I guess it more or less does what it is supposed to in the end....

henrypeck

henrypeck reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 29, 2008

A great free way to learn Quickbooks. Supports up to 20 vendors and customers. After that, you have to pay for it.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (8 votes)
Your Rating
tasty

tasty reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 31, 2008

A good program especially considering it is free. Contains many of the features of full QuickBooks without the considerable bloat. The limit of customers and vendors is understandable to encourage the user to purchase, but is ample enough for many small businesses. Also consider evaluating Microsoft Office Accounting Express.

gsteele

gsteele reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 30, 2008

Been using this program for 2 years to teach quickbooks to new business owners. It's a lot easier then Peachtree.

preinterpost

preinterpost reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 30, 2008

Given that every restaurant, web site or wherever you buy anythung is a 'vendor' it is not good enough to limit this number to 20. Otherwise I am using QB Pro and find it one of the worst examples of modern programming to be found - who is the designer/architect of this thing!?!? Well, I guess it more or less does what it is supposed to in the end....

henrypeck

henrypeck reviewed v2.2.1.7 on Jan 29, 2008

A great free way to learn Quickbooks. Supports up to 20 vendors and customers. After that, you have to pay for it.

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