Welcome to Startup Savant’s comparative LessAccounting vs QuickBooks Online article where we look at their common features, differences, packaging options and pricing to help you figure out which, or if either or the right accounting solutions for your platform. At the very end we’ll share our favorite provider and the one we use. Enjoy!
So as you can see both accounting software options bring a fair amount to the table in terms of features and potential. But let’s get right down to the brass tacs and see how these providers package their services. It’s always different with each one so you really do need to do your homework and explore before committing.
LessAccounting breaks their services into three plans according to what each is curated for: Freelancers, Small Businesses and Big Businesses. Check out the table below for the conditions and pricing.
For plans that costs $20 to $54 per month, you’ll get great value for your money, considering all the features. Some of the accounting tools that you can use include an invoice management system, contact management feature, bank reconciliation tool, mileage tracker as well as budgeting and forecasting tools.
The following four screenshots are here to help you get a feel for the software and what it would be like to use on a semi-daily basis managing your brand’s financials. There are three different dashboards and then a shot of the page where you choose the type of reports you want to view or interact with.
QuickBooks Online has 3 main plans: Simple Start, Essentials and the Plus. (Freelancers can even use the accounting software for just $7.99 per month.) Also, if you decide to integrate a payroll system within your account, you’ll be able to take advantage of a 50% discount.
QuickBooks Online is fit for small businesses who need invoicing and accounting. Some awesome things you can do with the software include the ability to calculate your quarterly taxes, maximize tax-saving deductions and so much more but we don’t want to turn this LessAccounting vs QuickBooks Online article into a min-novel.
Hopefully we’ve provided enough information that one, or perhaps even both are appealing. What’s important is that you truly take control of your brand’s financials and leverage the power of modern-savvy accounting software, right? This solution is really no longer an option, or at least at some point your platform will demand it.
Startup Savant uses Xero to manage our numbers, but we and many people in our community like both LessAccounting and QuickBooks for obvious reasons. If you're still unsure and shopping around, definitely give Xero a minute of your time. Here's to a prosperous year ahead!Explore Xero Or Try QuickBooks