MyBookkeepingManager is a bookkeeping application aimed at contractors, freelancers, and other very small (micro) businesses. MyBookkeepingManager concentrates on the main bookkeeping activities performed by many such businesses, providing a simple, easy-to-use, software application. The software can be either used online, or it can be downloaded and installed on a Web server of your choice. MyBookkeepingManager enables monthly sales, loans, salaries, income tax, national insurance (both employees and employers), pension contributions, bank interest, bank charges, office or desk rental, and plenty of other expense amounts to be entered. The software then automatically calculates the amount of VAT owed (if you are using the VAT Flat Rate Scheme), and estimates the size of dividends that can be distributed to shareholders and the amount of corporation (business) tax due.
SAFE stands for Service and Administration Front End. It is a basic Web-based application that allows small companies to perform invoicing tasks, both one-off invoices and recurring services (subscriptions). Subscriptions can be entered with a price per month, per quarter, or per year. Invoice lines can be joined together by your company administrator into an invoice. That invoice can then be downloaded in PDF format, printed, and sent to the customer. SAFE is meant to allow non-techical people to work with the invoicing system, so simplicity is key.
Transcraft My Accountant is a powerful, extendable reporting suite. Reports can be formatted in either HTML, PDF, or XML. Automatic tax calculation is done for invoice functions and ledger entries. It can open multiple books and transfer entries between them using the clipboard or drag and drop. Automatic zooming is done between entry accounts, ledger accounts, and invoices. You can quickly select entries which share common criteria and generate a report from them. There is a built-in engine for reconciliation against external statements.
Sigma Expense is an expense accounting Web application. It allows road warriors to log in and report their expenses in order to obtain refunds. The program lets administrators set up a validation workflow. Data can be exported in XML format, and some filters already exist to import the transactions into existing accounting systems such as SunSystems. It works on top of a Tomcat application server and has been tested with the Sun JVM and Blackdown.
finic helps users manage their finances. It can be used on a local network (as a client-server system for many users) or on local computer (client only for one user), with separation of accounts, clauses, and customers. It can encrypt information and manage different users with different access rights. Reports can be generated as HTML, PDF, or XLS files or through an internal print preview system. An API is available for creating extensions.