small business accounting vs. money for small business

small business accounting vs. money for small business

Post by Q2VlemVlb » Sat, 04 Mar 2006 07:21:20


I currently use MS Money, Small Business Edition for the bookkeeping of a
small trade organization I work for. I wondered what the differences were
btw MS Money Small Business and Office Small Business Accounting? I would
like to be able to offer credit card usage to members but that is not offered
through Money. Perhaps you should if you are marketing the product to small
businesses.

Also, is there an easy way to transfer/convert Money data files into SBA,
if I decided to make the switch?
 
 
 

small business accounting vs. money for small business

Post by Q2hyaXMgU2 » Sat, 04 Mar 2006 11:37:26

Hi Ceezeen,
Since you already use a version of Money, see SBA product information here:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Also, you can download or order a trial to do a test run. There are sample
companies that you can view for usage examples.
In SBA sp2 there is no import option for Money data. SBA 2006 sp2 can import
.xls, .mdb, and .csv files using mapped fields.

Chris Schatte
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