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At 19:31 on December 13, 2012, Tyran Mincey said…

How can I network this program for  users?

At 10:31 on January 19, 2013, Ian Hutchinson said…

Have used turbocash for many years, but due to a virus I lost it, Now Sylvain sold me OS Financials and a new computer. The computer is fine but OS Financials is a disaster. PLEASE can I have TURBOCAS Ver 4 back

At 12:14 on March 31, 2014, Winston Hoyte said…

Hi Philip,

sorry for the late reply - I'm not sure what you mean about "download line", but I had to click on the previous version to get the "correct exe" file.

However, I'm confused as to how to achieve what I need with TurboCash, I'm looking for accounting software where I can simply add figures in a spreadsheet manner (like Excel), for cash flow, P&L, etc.

What are the first steps to doing this? I've double-clicked FlameRobin, which came with TurboCash, it just opens a database admin window, I also have the TC conversion window open "TC 3 to this version", about selecting folders and scanning for books.

This is all very confusing for me, as I just need something simple but more appropriate than Excel.



At 20:36 on December 29, 2014, mohamed said…
Hi Philip.

Quick question : will there be another desktop release of turbo Cash in the near future?
At 23:26 on March 8, 2016, Pedro Cortez said…

Ok.  So I just purchased the Busness version @50.00.  How do I download it or upgrade my existing system vr.5?

Should I expect an email?  


At 4:05 on July 20, 2016, Aaron Carter said…

Hey Phillip I would like to be added to the Canada Turbocash group

At 22:41 on August 17, 2016, Felix Nader said…

Hi Philip.

Is there a version of turbocash on the cloud. The most of my job is on field and I want to acces the program thru my mivile browser.

At 7:37 on April 23, 2017, Ahmad said…

I am almost done with setting up a test environment and will process a few transactions very soon.

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