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zipbooksTracking income and expenses might not be the most glamorous tasks, but good accounting practices are the backbone of your organization. Having a software program that makes performing these routine tasks streamlined can save your organization time and money.  

ZipBooks offers an accounting software package that can be scaled up or down, depending on your organization’s needs. ZipBooks offers different pricing tiers with everything from the free basics to the sophisticated model at $125/mo.

The free feature include the ability to track deposits, view expenses, and generate invoices.

With other tiers you can also prepare up to the minute financial reports such as the balance sheet and integrate payment processing services such as Paypal and credit card processing services.  

Another feature offered by ZipBooks is accountant access, which lets you share your books with your outside accountant for auditing purposes. You can use the accounts receivable module to send professional looking invoices.

Use the bank connect to streamline your banking. You can link your bank accounts to ZipBooks so you can have quick access to your current balances and it will also eliminate the need for a paper check register.

The software includes a bank reconciliation module, to make balancing your bank accounts a snap. Stay on top of money owed to you with accounts receivable aging. Prepare all the necessary monthly or quarterly reports with the financial statement modules.
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