Best Invoice Software

If you are owner of a shop, so that, you asked many times what is the best invoice software for my shop?. The term "Best" could point to many parameter. and also it varies from user to user.
Maybe one user of an accounting software doesn't like other accounting software but second user loves it deeply. so, you should try a trial version of any software that you have plan to buy it.
generally, We can list some of feature that could shows you a better accounting software

Feature of the best invoice software

  • Easy installation without need to special hardware
  • Easy run without any special software as Pre-installed
  • User-friendly environment to help you run it easy
  • Using it without any need to special knowledge of accounting
  • Easy move accounting data to another computer (Backup and Recover)
  • Weekly update to keep you updated
  • Automatic double entry to save your time of entry
  • Automatic inventory control to protect you from out-of-stock !

One of The best invoice software

Peachtree accounting has been used in the most countries as the best invoice software

Example of Invoice software

Print of invoice in one the best accounting software - Peachtree

Print of invoice in one the best accounting software (Peachtree)


Invoice entry form in Peachtree accounting software

Invoice entry form in Peachtree accounting software

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e Business

Nowadays, to find a product or service and order it (like a smartphone, a new car or second hand car, to rent a home, or anything else...), e business is the the first selected method. Anybody first of all, checks online shops, web stores and blogs to find the best item. time is one the valuable investment in modern world. to reach a normal shop and search for item, it takes too much time from your life. time is limited and not refundable !, so that, it is business via electronic ways, yes it is time to do e-business perfectly !

time for e business

At a glance e-business has benefits for both buyers and vendors as:

  • Save time
  • The best presentation (With videos, sounds and photo)
  • The best price
  • No distance exist !
  • More customers, more sales
  • e-Shops are always open
  • Tracing customers for re-trade
  • look at reveiw of other customers to trust quality (Reviews is the most important matter in US, Canada and UK and modern countries)
  • Cheaper expense to advertising the items
  • The fastest way to announce about new products and items in web-store

What is e-Business

There are many definitions of e-business, for example we can defines e-business as any 'net' business activity that transforms internal and external relationships to create value and exploit market opportunities driven by new rules of the connected economy. actually the word 'e' means electronic so it means business via electronic channels as website, social networks and emails. By running business over internet, so trading will be occurred too, therefore e-commerce is result of e business.

E Business

Please click here to see e-business vs Shop

e-Business Definition

First of all, look at the word e-business, it includes from two words 1- e 2- business so we can define it electronic business however, it is more than an absolute state of a company and it targets the market opportunities of conducting business under new electronic channels, which revolve around the Internet.

e-business structure and connections between e business channels

e-business communications in real markets

Types of e business

e Business Range

This is an acknowledgement that e business comes in many forms and can be implemented to a very small or a large degree. It is also an acknowledgement that the 'Internet' is an essential component of an e-business strategy. Laudon and Laudon's (2002) definition of e-business, as the use of the Internet and other digital technology for organizational communication, coordination and the management of the firm, encompasses these different adaptations. In the broadest possible terms, however, e-business is an electronic way of doing business. The fact that the value proposition of e-business includes the creation of new market opportunities through electronic channels, should not be ignored as these electronically channeled market opportunities enable companies to lower transaction costs, reduce delivery times, improve customer services, and add convenience.

This site is concerned with the implementation of e-business in the construction industry. In this context, e-business is defined broadly as the conduct of construction business by electronic means.

This fits with broad definitions of the term 'e-commerce' exemplified by the definitions below:

  • The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD): 'The electronic exchange of information that support and govern commercial activities including organizational management, commercial management, commercial negotiations and contracts, legal and regulatory frameworks, financial settlement arrangements and taxation' (OECD,1999).
  • Learnthat : e-Commerce is not just about buying and selling online, but also includes all forms of business activities that are conducted over the Internet (e.g. the business-to-business flow of information between companies or within a company, communication between businesses, online advertising, etc.).
  • Kalakota and Whinston: e-Commerce at its grass root level can be described as an electronic method of doing business, typically over the Internet. Broadly defined, however, 'eCommerce is a modern business methodology that addresses the needs of organizations, merchants and consumers to cut costs while improving the quality of goods and services, and increasing the speed of service delivery'.

Thus, the term, e-business, as used in this site should not be considered synonymous with narrow definitions of e-commerce as the process of buying and selling goods and services online.

Please click here to see Definitions & details of business specifics, Short Term Financing

External References to read more about e business: Wikipedia | Tech Target


iGreen Accounting, Version

We are working hard to preparing version of iGreen accounting as soon as possible. in this version we have added invoice form for the first time in iGreen accounting. we are thinking to design it as easy as you enter your invoice very fast and easy without need to know accounting techniques. Download iGreen […]


Cash Book Format

We are listening many times terms like "cash" and "money" in any business and shops. because all trading transactions are on cash flow and it is the base of any business with format of in bank or in hand. So that, a successful business should keep its cash transactions very clear with true format in a cash book for decision times to get more profits. so that, understanding cash book format is a most for cash flow reports.


Parts of Cash book

All accounting transactions should be recorded and keep in a suitable section in ledger book, there many types of transactions between products, customers and suppliers. so that, relations of these transaction will be by cash or credits. Transactions of items of products and services will be kept in sales day book and purchase book and therefore all money transactions will keep in cash book. so any cash payment and cash receipt will record in cash book.

Cash book is a separate accounting book that includes columns as:

  • Date
  • Accounts
  • Description
  • Debit
  • Credit

Any record with debit amount means cash amount will store in cash account and reverse.


Typically, we can find two format for a cash book

  1. Official Format

  2. Shop Format

Official format of Cash Book

Official format of Cash Book

In official format there are columns Date, Description, Debit and Credit but in shop format there are columns: Date, Description, Income and Expense.

Shop format of Cash Book

Shop format of cash book

Debit and Credit are used in accounting concepts and professional format but these terms are hard to understand for normal user so in shop format term Income will used for Debit and Expense Will used for Credit.

Types of Cash Book

  • Two Column Cash Book
    • This type, has two columns as Debit (Income) and Credit(Expense) for Only Cash account so it mentions to All money in hand and bank
  • Triple Column Cash Book
    • This type, has three columns as Debit, Credit, and a column for cash type ( cash in hand or cash in bank). Benefit of this type of cash book is to recognize where is cash? in hand or in bank and we can have more clear reports and statement of cash flow
Cash Book in Triple Column

Cash Book in Triple Column

Petty Cash Book

Petty cash is one of big volume account in any business because of much quantity of charge payments for daily charges of offices or..

However, in the most company, petty cash transactions keep in separate book as name petty cash book.


How to Use Cash Book

As you know, cash transactions are too much and everyday too many voucher will be recorded. so it is recommended to enter cash payments and cash receipt at the end of day and before leaving the job. Don't leave them to do in the next day because you will get more delay vouchers day by day so that will grow to huge quantity of vouchers and it will make more mistakes in big time working.

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Direct costs Vs indirect costs

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The distinction between direct and indirect costs also depends on the cost object

A cost can be treated as direct for one cost object but indirect in respect of another. if the cost object is the cost of using different distribution channels, then the rental of warehouses and the salaries of storekeepers will be regarded as direct for each distribution channel. Also consider a supervisor's salary in a maintenance department of a manufacturing company. if the cost object is the maintenance department, then the salary is a direct cost. However, if the cost object is the product, both the warehouse rental and the salaries of the storekeepers and the supervisor will be an indirect cost because these costs cannot be specifically identified with the product.


Assigning direct costs to cost objects


Direct costs can be traced easily and accurately to a cost object. For example, where products are the cost object,

Direct costs in cost assignment

Direct costs

direct materials and labour used can be physically identified with the different products that an organization produces. Therefore it is a simple process to establish an information technology system that records the quantity and cost of direct labour and material resources used to produce specific products.


Assigning indirect costs to cost objects


In contrast, indirect costs cannot be traced to cost objects. Instead, an estimate must be made of the resources consumed by cost objects using cost allocation. A cost allocation is the process of assigning costs when a direct measure does not exist for the quantity of resources consumed by a particular cost object Cost allocations involve the use of surrogate rather than direct measures. 



For example, consider an activity such as receiving incoming materials. Assuming that the cost of receiving materials is strongly influenced by the number of receipts then costs can be allocated to products (i.e. the cost object) based on the number of material receipts each product requires.

Prices raw materials in cost accounrting

If 20% of the total number of receipts for a period were required for a particular product then 20% of the total costs of receiving incoming materials would be allocated to that product.

Assuming that the product was discontinued, and not replaced, we would expect action to be taken to reduce the resources required for receiving materials by 20%.

in the above illustration the surrogate allocation measure is assumed to be a significant determinant of the cost of receiving incoming materials. You should note that only direct costs can be accurately assigned to cost objects.

The more direct costs that can be traced to a cost object, the more accurate is the cost assignment.


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Absorption costing system

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Examples of invoicing

The best way to learn an accounting software is to enter real invoices and vouchers in it. Therefore, we will add different examples of invoice entry of sample businesses in Dubai, Oman and Qatar to show you how to do invoicing by iGreen accounting application.


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Accounting Software Images

Screenshots and images of accounting software could help you to select an accounting software for your accounts department. With looking at images, you don't need to waste your time for installation of accounting software one by one. You can quickly look at screenshots of any accounting software to see what it offers you.

It is important to check what types of vouchers and invoices, you want to have in an accounting software. some of accounting programs are strong in manufacturing department but some of them are strong in shopping accounting. so that, it is not true if an accounting software is strong in another field could be strong in your accounts department.

Images of Quickbooks Accounting Software

Quickbooks accounting has been used widely in United state of America. it is a software product of Intuit software company.

Chart of Accounts in Quickbooks accounting

Quickbooks - Chart of Accounts

Customer payments in Quickbooks Accounting

Customer payments

Main screen of Quickbooks

Main screen of Quickbooks

Sales Invoice in Quickbooks

Invoice in Quickbooks

Images of Peachtree Accounting Software

Invoice entry form in Peachtree accounting software

Invoice entry form in Peachtree accounting software

Print of invoice in one the best accounting software - Peachtree

Print of invoice in one the best accounting software (Peachtree)

Peachtree accounting software - Main Screen

Main screen of Peachtree

Chart of Accounts in Peachtree accounting

Peachtree accounting - Chart of Accounts

Images of iGreen Accounting Software

The most important benefits of iGreen accounting are:

  • A real free accounting software
  • Unlimited levels in Chart of accounts
  • Tree-veiw chart of accounts
  • Tree-view list of items and goods
  • Unlimited photo of products
  • Multi-Currency
Inventory form in iGreen accounting software

Inventory form in iGreen accounting

iGreen Accounting Software V1.1.0.1

Main Screen

iGreen's chart of accounts

iGreen's chart of accounts

Journal Entry in version of iGreen

Journal Entry in version of iGreen accounting

Example of Cash payment in iGreen

Example of Cash payment in iGreen

Report of client cash payment in iGreen

Report of client cash payment in iGreen

Cash Receipt form in iGreen Accounting

Cash Receipt form in iGreen Accounting

New Images

All images of these accounting software have been taken from real accounting software