Saturday, March 8, 2014

Manager – free accounting software for small business

Looking for accounting software?

Manager is free accounting software for small business. Available for Windows, Mac and Linux.


What's included for free
Manager includes key accounting modules, tax functions and features that streamline data entry and accounting procedures.


Review key financial data as transactions are entered. Track bank account balances, accounts receivable, accounts payable, transaction taxes, income, expenses, profit and more.

Bank Accounts

Enter receipts and payments from bank accounts, credit facilities and business loans. Import electronic bank statements. Use the automated bank reconciliation to avoid manually matching transactions to bank statements.

Cash Accounts

Record receipts and payments from cash accounts such as petty cash, cash floats or other cash accounts.

Sales Quotes

Create quotes for prospective customers showing prices and other terms of the sale. Quotes may be converted to invoices when they are accepted.

Sales Invoices

Create invoices for customers showing details of products, services, prices, taxes and payment terms.

Credit Notes

Issue credit notes to customers if required to reduce or minus the full amount of sales invoices with errors, disputed charges, returns, damaged items and faulty items.

Purchase Orders

Create purchase orders that can be converted to purchase invoices.

Purchase Invoices

Record purchase invoices from suppliers for purchases made on credit and maintain accounts payable.

Delivery Notes

Create delivery notes that list the description, and quantity of the goods delivered so your customers can sign them as a proof of delivery.


Enter customer contact details to assist with sales and other information used for invoices, quotes and credit notes.


Enter supplier contact details to assist with purchasing and entering purchase orders, purchase invoices and delivery notes.

Expense Claims

Record expenses paid out of pocket or by personal credit card.

Journal Entries

Record transactions or adjustments into general ledger and subsidiary ledger accounts.


Includes balance sheet, profit & loss, trial balance, general ledger, tax reports, receivables, customer statements and payables.


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