[plug] Small business software in Linux
Marcos Raul Carot Collins
marcos.carot at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 07:05:26 WST 2012
I have passed to my wife the names of the different suggested software and
shown her some of them but as far as I know she hasn't had time to test, and
on top of that her business partner does not see why (despite all the machines
running linux in the business) not to pay for Win only MYOB...
On Tue, 3 Jul 2012 06:57:47 AM Tim wrote:
> Are you ready to report on your findings?
> I've been using Simple Invoices for awhile, but now need something
> that manages more than just invoices and payments.
> Ideally it needs to be simple. Enter "costs", some are costs to the
> business, some are "products" that I pass the cost on to customers
> with a markup. Enter "sales", invoice customers, some are services I
> provide (my time), some are "products/services" I sell (hosting).
> Enter payments. And then just managing the tax side of the business.
> Currently trying Frontaccounting, and while it seems solid, it also
> isn't as easy as I'd like.
> On 8 June 2012 13:47, Marcos Raúl Carot Collins <marcos.carot at gmail.com>
> > Thanks a lot!
> > I'll check them all and let you know about my findings :)
> > 2012/6/8 Bernd Felsche <bernie at innovative.iinet.net.au>
> >> On Thu, 7 Jun 2012 23:20:02 Daniel Hartwig wrote:
> >> >Marcos Raul Carot Collins <marcos.carot at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > > I am looking for software for Linux, ideally client-server, but
> >> > > not necesarily, and also ideally free, but willing to pay if the
> >> > > price is reasonable that would do general acounting (including
> >> > > Australian taxes), payroll (also including Australian
> >> > > requirements), stock, invoicing...
> >> >
> >> > OpenERP (and others perhaps) has an Australian chart of accounts that
> >> > you can use to quickly get started:
> >> >
> >> > http://doc.openerp.com/v5.0/technical_guide/l10n_chart_au.html
> >> Points to an old version, but it's a start. Should be using at least
> >> 6.0 for new installations.
> >> He'll also need the Anglo-Saxon accounting module.
> >> http://doc.openerp.com/v6.0/technical_guide/account_anglo_saxon.html
> >> Payroll requirements are *very* difficult to meet in Australia. They
> >> vary between industries and States. It can get very costly if you're
> >> not careful.
> >> http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/health-minister-lawrence-springborg-r
> >> eveals-cost-of-fixing-qh-payroll-issue-will-top-at-least-12-billion/stor
> >> y-e6freon6-1226386243964
> >> --
> >> /"\ Bernd Felsche - Innovative Reckoning, Perth, Western Australia
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