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Old 06-14-2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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As many of you know I sell on ebay . It started as a hobby and has grown to a profitable very small business . I've been tracking my expenses and sales but now I'd really like some software to make the job easier . What would you recommend ?
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If you just need simple expense tracking and don't need inventory support and have a sole proprietorship ore one person LLC, Quicken Home & Business is cheaper and easier.
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I used Quicken for the 20 years or so that I was in business. I saw no benefit to Quickbooks, even though I installed it on my system because the app I sold needed to work with it.
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