Accounting Tools

QuickBooks


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50%Startups Using


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Outsourced Accountant or Bookkeeper


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19%Startups Using


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Xero


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10%Startups Using


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FreshBooks


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4%Startups Using


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Expensify


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6%Startups Using


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Wave


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3%Startups Using


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inDinero


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2%Startups Using


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Bill.com


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3%Startups Using


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Bench


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2%Startups Using


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Intacct


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1%Startups Using


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BackOps


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1%Startups Using


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NetSuite


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1%Startups Using


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Accounting Articles

Top Accounting Platforms for Startups

At an early-stage startup, hectic days are the norm. Between talking to investors, hiring new talent, acquiring new customers, and making your existing customers happy, you’re spending every second hustling—which means you don’t have the time or energy to manually take care of your company’s financial nuts and bolts.That’s where a good accounting tool comes in. Whether it’s software, a service or a combo thereof, making a good decision about your accounting tool will help you easily meet your...

QuickBooks Online vs. QuickBooks Desktop: Which Is Right for You?

In short, [QuickBooks] is “the accounting standard that accountants expect,” says Kerry Gallivan, Co-founder and CEO of Chimani. Often hailed as the #1 accounting system for small businesses, [QuickBooks] has indeed become the go-to accounting platform for startups of all sizes. That’s certainly the case among the Stacklist community, but for all its ubiquity, the general sentiment among our respondents is that [QuickBooks] simply “gets the job done,” with no bel...

Should You Outsource Your Accounting Operations?

The benefits of outsourcing accountingAs any founder will tell you, starting a company is hard work. In the early days, it’s critical to be hyper-focused on building your product and brand, developing relationships, creating partnerships and generating sales. You’ll likely also be busy hiring, finding office space, and dealing with paperwork. The last thing you should be doing is poring over receipts, invoices, bills and expenses. As such, a number of services have cropped up that...