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Apr 15, 2024


Dairobi Paul

Yes! The same goes for accounting software. MYOB, an Aussie accounting program, got to a stage in the mid-2000's where the additional upgrades provided no value to me, an owner of a small CAD company with a few part-time employees. The upgrades costed hundreds of dollars whose main advantage was updates on the tax tables and a few unnecessary bells and whistles. Like AutoCAD it went to an expensive subscription model. Having started decades ago using the manual double entry system, I have a pretty clear-eyed view of the overall simplicity of what accounting software needs to provide me. The simplicity of my mid-2000's perpetual license version allows me to adapt it to my Canadian book-keeping needs.

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