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We are all accounting software companies. What makes some of us big and successful and the others not so is the quality of our accounting software. For over 30 years TurboCASH has provided software and open source accounting tools to help your business get an advantage.

Welcome to the TurboCASH Community. This site is a workplace for Users, Consultants, Accountants Entrepreneurs. We look forward to doing business with you.

accounting software, free accounting software, open source accounting

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What TurboCASH is not.

TurboCASH not a simple point and click system. It can be set up to work as a simple invoicing system, Point of Sale, Cashbook It is inherently a double entry system with all the built in benefits that come from that.

TurboCASH is not a ERP system. There are workflow procedures, but these are encapsulated in the batch processing system. There is little fexibility on data entry, which is rigorously checked.

TurboCASH is not a cloud system. Data can easily be moved between systems and TurboCASH can run in Docker bottles like Codeweavers but the architecture is oriented to being a Desktop system.

TurboCASH is not a Payroll. Payroll rules vary dramatically from country to country. TurboCASH can however handle the import and export of transactions via CSV files.

The TurboCASH project has been going for over 30 years. The last 15 as an open source project run as a sole proprietor, Philip Copeman. We have no external debt or outside shareholders. We make very few demands on our community and because we are so large we are able to command good terms in buying technology. In a commercial model we are this able to deliver at a cost significantly below competitors, who are hamstrung with external cash demands.

We are committed to using open source principles to maximize research, but we also have an attractive freemium model which makes participation profitable fro users.

Welcome to the TurboCASH Community. This site is a workplace for Users, Consultants, Accountants Entrepreneurs. We look forward to doing business with you.

accounting software, free accounting software, open source accounting

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Using OneDrive to save books

Started by Ivan Carney 11 hours ago. 0 Replies

Hi FolksDoes anyone know how to change the books folder location from TCASH to OneDrive or Dropbox, etc?Regards IvanContinue

account names on documents

Started by Zakaria Khan. Last reply by Philip Copeman yesterday. 1 Reply

HelloPlease can you assist. On TurboCash 4, my account names are not showing up on the input document screen. everything else (address, etc) comes through by not the account name.Regards Continue

print documents from the ledger in the numerical order

Started by Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson. Last reply by Retief Kotze on Monday. 7 Replies

Is someone who can help me to print out the documents from the ledger in the numerical order (that is, for tax purposes, or else I have to stop using Turbocash)135Continue

Splitting books by bank account for Auditors

Started by Ian Dickie. Last reply by Philip Copeman May 17. 5 Replies

Hi, our bank accounts changed during the year which included a trust account was added which is now our main account.Our auditors now want separate set of books for the current account and a separate…Continue

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Ivan Carney posted a discussion

Using OneDrive to save books

Hi FolksDoes anyone know how to change the books folder location from TCASH to OneDrive or Dropbox, etc?Regards IvanSee More
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PDF Document Management

Anyone used this documeant management system proposed by Embarcadero?https://www.gnostice.com/XtremeDocumentStudio_Delphi.aspSee More
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Philip Copeman replied to Zakaria Khan's discussion account names on documents
"Post a screen dump I am not sure what you mean here?"
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Philip Copeman commented on Philip Copeman's group Slaves to America
"SlavesToAmerica.pdf SlavesToAmericaBudget.ods"
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Slaves to America

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Profile IconGede Arimbawa, ksgwyjy che and Allagri. Sandy Clouston joined turbocash
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Retief Kotze replied to Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson's discussion print documents from the ledger in the numerical order
"I'm glad to be able to help. Printout feature: The only way at this point is to submit it as a 'Feature request'.  The required data exist in the database, i.e batch-number and line-number within each batch. Take care. r"
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Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson replied to Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson's discussion print documents from the ledger in the numerical order
"Thank you very much for your help, this solves my problem.  I had no idea of this CSV option within the program and I'm defiantly going to look further into that in the future. I'm surprised that this does not exist as a printout…"
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Philip Copeman posted a video

Installing Turbocash

Installing TurboCASH Business Class
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Zakaria Khan posted a discussion

account names on documents

HelloPlease can you assist. On TurboCash 4, my account names are not showing up on the input document screen. everything else (address, etc) comes through by not the account name.Regards See More
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Profile IconISE, edincj, Linda Denne and 1 more joined turbocash
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Retief Kotze replied to Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson's discussion print documents from the ledger in the numerical order
"Hi, If I understand correctly, you don't have debtors or creditors.  Are you only entering cashbook-entries? The only other option I could find that I think is nearest to whart you want as follows: Click on 'Reports' in top menu…"
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Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson replied to Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson's discussion print documents from the ledger in the numerical order
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Profile IconNkosinathi Mvelase, takunda mutukura, John Martin and 5 more joined turbocash
May 18
Retief Kotze replied to Halldór Ingi Guðmundsson's discussion print documents from the ledger in the numerical order
"I'm still a bit confused with terms you use, as from my point the 'business accounts' = 'financial accounts' = 'general ledger'.   The information contained in this will be a 'summary' of the…"
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Open source software and economic inequality

Posted by Philip Copeman on May 4, 2017 at 14:00 0 Comments

Open source software offers Governments the opportunities to build the knowledge economy and built it inclusively.

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TurboCASH Subscription December

Posted by Philip Copeman on December 7, 2016 at 0:04 0 Comments

If you would like to get the maximum out of TurboCASH Accounting and your Windows 10 PC, sign on for the TurboCASH 5 subscription at $60 per year. The new version makes it a whole lot easier to run a paperless office using PDF filing, Accounting Made Easy is included. Spend a few hours on improving your understanding of finance this month and start the new year with a boost.

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How Trump beat his taxes.

Posted by Philip Copeman on November 15, 2016 at 11:30 4 Comments

 Unless you have been under a rock for the last 6 months, you must have followed how President Elect Donald Trump avoided income tax over the last few years. He did this by using Depreciation!

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