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Does anyone use Ballpark for invoicing/estimating/tracking? I just came across it, and it looks pretty great. For a freelancer it's $6/month. For the few freelance projects I do, I basically make my own invoices, etc. But this looks pretty handy. Might be a nice addition if I get into more freelance work.

Are there other similar sites/programs out there that anyone uses?
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When I first started out it was hard to track all the printed invoices and I dreamed of a simple invoice software. I started using quickbooks pro and for me that works really well to track expenses, income and manage invoices. It made taxes a lot easier too.

It's hard to use at first but after a while it's pretty easy. You just have to stay on top of it.

I think there's a free online simplified version.
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Thanks buddy for sharing!
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looks pretty slick, though I wish it had a couple other accounting features... seems like you would still need another product like quickbooks to keep everything in order. I really like the collaborative features and online interface though

Its funny in the demo video example, Nike has the option to pay it's contractors via paypal!
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check this.

used it for a few projects. it's really slick, even has an iPhone time tracking app, and can do all sorts of things. Free version available too.

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looks good, thanks R!
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You should try fetchflow. They offer full featured invoicing solution for free. It is OS independent as it is web based. You can create Unlimited PDF [Adobe PDF] branded invoices, estimates & PO's. There are many cool features like paypal integrated invoice payments,MS-Excel template based invoicing,Integrated stock & catalog invoicing etc.And many useful add-on,s are also available.