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what is the best software for invoicing for a new construction company? Any other software recommended for running such a company?



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Maat wrote:

what is the best software for invoicing for a new construction company? Any other software recommended for running such a company?


For the construction company clients i have where I do the Invoicing i have a template of my own set up that i send out and then use VT+ to do the bookkeeping, a couple of other clients i have use Quickbooks to do their Invoices which is handy for the fact that i can look in and keep a check on it.†



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Any invoicing software should be fine.† I uses Sliqtools for both myself, a construction contractor I do the invoicing for, and also a painter and decorator/carpet fitter*† Cost me about £45 4 or 5 years ago and I love it, although it's £50 a year now.

* Which was rather weird when he carried out some work at my office and I raised my own invoice.



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