|Sole proprietor accounting/bookkeeping software for Mac OS X. TinyBooks is a flexible, non-bloated, single-entry bookkeeping and accounting software for Mac OS X. TinyBooks is designed for Sole Proprietors, home and other small businesses, and family finances. |
TinyBooks for Mac is the simplest way to handle the books for most small companies. You enter your expenses and income, and TinyBooks does the rest. Current and year-to-date on-the-fly totals are continually displayed. Fully automatic bar-charting of all expense and income accounts make the determination of monthly trends intuitively obvious.
A fully non-modal Reports Window offers easy standard and custom reporting and searching. All transactions are easily exportable to other programs as standard tab-delimited text files.
Expense, income and special mileage entry forms can be printed for off line entry of data as desired. Non-fiscal years are supported, as is the concept of recurring expenses.
TinyBooks includes a Professional Invoice Printer, that is as easy to use as the rest of the program. It prints professional-looking invoices on plain white paper. No special, expensive forms are required. These invoices can also be customized with your own logo, fonts, etc.
TinyBooks also includes intuitive support for handling virtually any kind of taxes from any country, including State Sales Taxes, GST (Goods and Service Taxes), PST (Provincial Sales Taxes), VAT (Value Added Taxes) and more.
TinyBooks, based on years of experience doing the books, is written exclusively for the Macintosh OS X and is available now.
TinyBooks for Mac works by keeping track of multiple accounts. There are four basic types of accounts: Deductible Expenses, Non-Deductible Expenses, Taxable Income and Non-Taxable Income. For a typical small business, that's about all that's required. In fact, the non-deductible expenses and non-taxable income accounts are just included for your bookkeeping convenience, as they are not included in profit computations. If you are using this program for home use, rather than as a small business, such account types are very handy. Business Profit is calculated by subtracting the sum of the deductible expenses from the sum of the taxable income. You never have to request a calculation, all calculations are performed instantly any time you add, delete or modify any item.