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I just registered my .com business as an LLC. Which means I need to start paying taxes and do real accounting.

I have an MSDN license so I have access to all Microsoft software. however it looks like they don't offer a Quickbooks style software app.

Do they?

I need something will a small learning curve as I only have one employee, myself, and simple expenses. thanks for your advice!

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You could try Intuit quickbooks and thier online payroll software. I've never used either, but they are popular. They are compatible with most tax software.

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You might still be able to download and use Microsoft's Account Express 2009. It's no longer being developed, but it was a stable product and useful. They stopped developing it because of tools like Intuit and even Excel Spreedsheets were found to be just as useful.

Hope this helps some, and good luck with your company.

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Using software that's no longer being developed (and cant's run on win7 scares me) – user25785 Jan 29 '10 at 20:18
I'm pretty sure that since it runs on vista that this software will run on Windows 7 also. – Chris Jan 29 '10 at 21:33

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