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aandhwhite
16-03-2005, 01:48 PM
IS anyone aware of one of these which would suit a sports club - need to produce I& E accounts balance sheet etc but club can not afford MYOB - Thanks

drcspy
16-03-2005, 01:58 PM
its not impossible to do most of that stuff in a spreadsheet......

aandhwhite
16-03-2005, 02:08 PM
its not impossible to do most of that stuff in a spreadsheet......
Thanks - iguess you mean Excel or similar - since we need to produce annual comparisons i was hoping to find something which would relieve me of the need to do heaps of text setup etc - Lazy eh?

mikebartnz
16-03-2005, 04:03 PM
If you were to dual boot with Linux you could use GNUCash which I think is a pretty good accounting program.

4bes
16-03-2005, 04:28 PM
Have a look at these freeware packages. I haven't tried any of them so I don't know if they will suit your needs.

Banana Cashbook (http://freeware.brothersoft.com/business/business_finance/banana_cashbook_34883.html)

Jobeasy (http://freeware.brothersoft.com/business/business_finance/jobeasy_20311.html)

Aqura lite (http://freeware.brothersoft.com/business/business_finance/aqura-lite!_2258.html)

3S Accounting (http://loadsoft.narod.ru/business_and_productivity/accounting/review_20533_index.html)

Wings 2000 (http://loadsoft.narod.ru/business_and_productivity/accounting/review_52595_index.html)

Murray P
16-03-2005, 08:50 PM
There's a trial version of Cashbook Complete on the PC World cover CD's.

I like the GNU Cash idea though ;)

aandhwhite
17-03-2005, 11:06 AM
Thanks for replies - know i should be looking at Linux but a little hesitant to make the move.