Computerized accounting is best when it’s simple, so I was pleased to get this short email from Kevin Reeth:
I was reading your blog post today and thought you might be interested in a new web site (http://gobootstrap.com)that offers really simple online bookkeeping for businesses that just don’t get or want to learn accounting (which in my experience is a lot.)
We opened it to the public last week and have gotten some good reviews (including a nice writeup in VentureBeat.) It’s currently focused on self employed folks, entrepreneurs, and small businesses that have to file a Schedule C. Over time, we’ll be adding more functionality to include more traditional asset and liability tracking. However, one thing I can guarantee is that we will never use terms like receivables and payables, nor will we refer to a chart of accounts.
CEO and Co-Founder, GoBootstrap.com
I’ve looked it over, and I like it. I’ll be playing with it myself. If you have used the service, let us hear what you think. Does it work? Is it simple enough to stick with?
GoBootstrap is now Outright. I had a great talk with Kevin at SXSW. He has a great understanding of small business, and I’m happy to promote their service.
New to SmallBizSurvival.com? Take the Guided Tour. Like what you see? Get our updates.
- How small town businesses can market to remote workers and turn them into new customers - May 15, 2023
- Survey of Rural Challenges 2023 results - May 8, 2023
- Rural and small town ideas from the OU Placemaking Conference IQC 2023 - April 5, 2023
- Rural tourism trends say small towns are still cool - March 27, 2023
- Move Your Money and Bank Local - March 22, 2023
- Using a building as a warehouse or storage in a small town? Put up a sign - March 13, 2023
- How to get customers in the door of small town and rural retail stores - February 19, 2023
- Check your small business website for outdated pandemic changes, missing info - January 31, 2023
- Rural Tourism Trend: electric vehicle chargers can drive visitors - January 15, 2023
- 2023 trends for rural and small town businesses - December 26, 2022