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Quickbooks is very complex and not very user friendly, especially for a small business owner. Are there any other online accountancy programs that would also take care of creating tax papers to be sent out?

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Freshbooks is very nice, but doesn't do everything quickbooks does (but see this blog post about Bootstrap for quartely tax estimates and this forum post re:limitations.

Cashboard is another online billing application. However I don't see any tax integration.

Though not online, there is also GnuCash which is about as user friendly as Quickbooks (not very). I know some people use both Freshbooks and GnuCash. And Postbooks which is another open-sauce billing app.

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