Gnucash and Small Business

Hans Fugal hans at
Wed Sep 21 10:33:26 MDT 2005

Yesterday I set up GnuCash for my new little consulting business. I
didn't realize that it does invoices, accounts receivable/payable
tracking, etc. but it does. There's some tax stuff there too that I
haven't figured out yet, but apparently can help you do your taxes, and
output data for programs like turbotax.

Standard reports are easy to get, so tracking and reporting revenue and
financial statements should work very well. You can make custom reports
but they're kind of a pain (at least, they were back when I tried to do
it), however the standard ones will likely be sufficient.

On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 at 10:25 -0600, Dr. Scott S. Jones wrote:
> I haven't followed all the recent gnucash and budgeting thread but am 
> curious who on the list runs a small business with gnucash?
> I have a small chiropractic office, and am curious what other's 
> experiences have been using gnucash to track and report on revenue, to 
> prepare financial statements and to prepare one's taxes?
> Thanks,
> Scott
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