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If you’ve ever worked as a freelancer or started your own business one of the toughest things to maintain is getting paid in a timely fashion. It can be pretty difficult to manage your invoices especially when you have multiple clients at the same time. Here is a list of the five best invoicing apps to use in your freelancing business.
I’m sure the name rings a bell but I doubt you’ve actually looked into any of their services because you may think they’re a little pricey – but they’re not. One of the big benefits of QuickBooks is the fact that they are compatible with PayPal and give you many statistical trackers to look after. They show you all of your balance sheets, invoicing, profit and loss, as well as a business center service that helps to assist you in your Quickbooks journey. The average price is around $39.00 or less.
One of the selling points for Tallie is the fact that they do such a fantastic job of tracking your business expenses. They even have software that detects duplicate payments and allows you to sync up to your accounting software such as QuickBooks, which ultimately would give you the elite full spectrum of services making your one-man-band feel like a team. Tallie runs $9 a month per user.
Invoice Ninja is probably one of the coolest pieces of software to add to your arsenal when freelancing or working with contractual small business type work. Invoice Ninja even goes as far as allowing you to have that big business feel by adding your logos to custom reports and invoices. In addition to the cool add-ons it works wonderfully in conjunction with PayPal and Stripe. Another great feature is when you send out the invoices you can see when they’ve been delivered, read, and paid. Invoice Ninja is FREE but you can upgrade to their Pro service for more features at $50.00 a year.