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I am beginning to do some freelance work, and am looking for a good timecard program in Mac OS X. Anyone know of any?

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There's an article at the Freelance Switch blog that lists a few. In the comments, one person mentioned they used On The Job (OS X) until they found SlimTimer (web).

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I was just searching for this sort of thing the other day. I found Paymo. It's a web app, but you can download a timekeeper for both OS X and Windows. It has a lot of features such as tracking multiple projects, clients, and tasks. Unlike a lot of other options I found it is completely free for a single user (i.e. freelancers). The only thing you might have to pay for is purchasing more than the 3 free invoices a month.

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