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Posted by taxguru on February 28, 2003


As big a fan as I am of QuickBooks for bookkeeping, I have to admit that I do not like its billing features at all. Each year, when the new version of QuickBooks comes out, I give the billing a test spin with the hope of using it for my own practice. Every year, it comes up quite short.

I had been using TimeSlips back in my offices in the PRC, but wanted something simpler and less expensive when we moved here to the Ozarks ten years ago. While I had dozens of workers and thousands of clients to keep track of back there, it was going to be a much smaller operation here. After realizing that QuickBooks was completely unacceptable for my billing needs, I found that TimeSlips had come out with a much less expensive version for just two timekeepers. I have been using it ever since moving here, buying the new versions as they have been released. There were some upgrades a few years back that had so many bugs that it caused me to shop around again. However, the most recent version (11) has been the most stable and reliable yet.


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