Simple Accounting Inventory program not named Quickbooks?
January 17, 2006 8:34 PM Subscribe
I run a tiny record label. So far we have one release under our belt and book keeping has been relatively easy as far as keeping track of what outlets we sell the cd too, and keeping track of collections and what not...We have three releases planned for the upcoming months, and this is gonna throw a wrench into our book keeping.. I could very well, just adopt the same policy for every release as I do for our first one, but it seems like a lot more work then needs to be done.. I keep a simple ledger for each account with how may cd's they took in, what they ow, and when a check comes in subtract the payment from the existing balance. NOw with some vendors having two or three of our releases, and checks coming in for more then one of our releases, Im gonna need a better way to keep track of ... (more inside)
posted by TwilightKid to Work & Money (6 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
SO, most people tell me to use Quickbooks which I have a copy of, but to be honest, I have read the dummies guide, I have looked at tutorials, and I am simply not feeling it...Seems much more comprehensive then what I'd like...Can anyone reccommend a simple to use inventory /accounting type program that may fit my needs...I plan on keeping the label relatively small with no more then two-three releases a year, so growth is not going to be massive...I've considered doing what I'm doing currently, but setting it up through EXCEL...i dont know. Im kind of lost right now, and would like to have a plan in order for when the next set of releases come about....thanks