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Accounting app

(9 Posts)
poopnscoop Wed 21-Nov-12 09:06:38

I'd help with testing a new product for you Mr A.

Re invoicing, I send mine out by email every month.

Mr A

Yes that sounds interesting grin

HSMM Tue 20-Nov-12 07:05:31

Mr A - I'll have a look when you have something.

Mindingalongtime Tue 20-Nov-12 06:15:10

I don't issue invoices, never have. I' m paid direct to the bank every month the same amount as I divided the years fees by 12, parents find it much easier to budget that way, as they know exactly how much to pay and set up automatic payments.

I keep a spreadsheet that tells me at any point if a parent should leave, whether they are in credit or debit. I take a months fes as a deposit and a month up front, so never out of pocket.

TheMysteryCat Mon 19-Nov-12 23:46:16

Easy books is good.

MrAnchovy Mon 19-Nov-12 23:39:37

Would you be willing to a) wait a couple of weeks and b) help testing a new product? grin

Ah yes me too (but I want to go all high tech) smile

HSMM Mon 19-Nov-12 22:32:49

Nah ... I just use excel.

Does any cm use an 'app' for invoices etc? Any recommendations?

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