FreshBooks is a cloud accounting solution designed for freelancers and small business owners. It is a simple and intuitive solution, so accounting isn’t intimidating. Create professional invoices, capture your expenses and track your time towards projects. Plus all of your data is stored securely in the cloud, so you can work wherever you are, on whichever device you’d like.
Save Time Billing: FreshBooks makes invoicing easy, so you can spend less time on paper work and more time doing what you love. You can even accept online payments to make sure you get paid fast!
Capture Expenses with Ease: Connect your bank account to FreshBooks to make sure that all of your expense transactions are automatically accounted for. Tax time is made easy since all of your transactions are conveniently recorded and categorized in one place.
Never Miss a Billable Hour: Track the hours you have worked towards your projects. Effortlessly turn that time into an invoice so you know you’re billing accurately for all of the work you have done.
Work Anywhere: With FreshBooks’ free mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android you can work wherever business may take you. Snap a photo of your receipt at the cash register or send that invoice directly from your client’s office.
FreshBooks is your ultimate solution to automating your Invoicing processes. With FreshBooks you can easily create, send, and manage invoices. This product allows you to enter invoices quickly with minimal user data required, and then send them out via e-mail or traditional mail. Each Invoice is automatically sent, as are any applicable late payment notices. You have the option of accept payments from your clients over the Internet too. The ability of FreshBooks to invoice and accept payment online will result in greatly reduced time to receive payments.
With FreshBooks, you can choose clients from your rundown or include another client and data. Solicitations enable you to include errands for administrations, including the rate, time, and things, including the cost per thing and amount. You can include customized takes note of the receipt or in your email.
Business owners be aware freshbooks is not compatible with Internet Explorer so any customers using Internet Explorer will not be able to view except or look at their estimates or invoices. I work with a lot of older clientele and retired persons. Asking them to update their browser from Internet Explorer to Chrome is completely unacceptable as it confuses the customer exceptionally. I’ve even lost clientele because of this.
Freshbooks is ridiculously easy to use and takes care of a lot for you.
The dashboard lets you see outstanding invoices and your total profit for the year. There are also different advanced reports available.
If you want to try it for free for 30-days, they have a trial.
I love Freshbooks. I’ve been using them ever since I started my web design and marketing business a few years ago. They’ve been with me from the beginning and they meet all of my needs and some.
It’s obviously meant for smaller businesses, a lot of freelancers. If you have a large business or a lot of specific accounting needs, for example, if you have a team that requires payroll, then Freshbooks probably isn’t a good fit for you.
If you want something simple to invoice your customers and track your profit and loss, track your expenses, collaborate with your teams, and track your time and be able to bill your clients by billed hours, I don’t see why you would pick anything other than Freshbooks.
When I send work to my clients, and they are not responding quick enough for my liking, then I’m not getting paid. Emailing them to follow up is counter-intuitive because you become annoying. But you are trying to do your clients a service while also getting paid!
Freshbooks has changed the game of freelancing for me. I’ve never enjoyed bookkeeping but doing the admin part of my business (invoicing client, tracking expenses, tracking down clients who haven’t paid me) with Freshbooks has been so helpful to me.
I really enjoy going into Freshbooks and clicking “send invoice”. I advise you check it out. They’re doing great things for the freelance community.