Thanks for that.. I provide (exported from the Freestylers program) Excel
Spreadsheets on every property to our Accountant.
Which raises another issue, we're considering adding the ability to scan
receipts etc into the software so they can be recalled and printed if
required.. I'm also wondering if you have any insight into whether an
electronic representation of a tax invoice (in the form of a JPEG or
similar) is enough to comply with the relevant tax code, ie do I really need
to keep 5 yrs worth of paper records or can I record them electronically and
burn periodically to a CD for safety?
From: propertyforum Listmanager
Subject: RE: property management
From: "Dale Gatherum-Goss" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I don't really care so long as they summarise the income and expenses. This
means that I don't have to add up receipts and papers and so we keep costs
I like a program called "Rent Manager" and I think it is brilliant and
simple to use.
I just received (about 10 minutes ago) an evaluation copy of the program
that Freestylers promotes and hopefully that will be something that I can
suggest. I understand that you're familiar with it, Duncan.
Ps - at the risk of being flamed, I have included examples and suggestions
of record keeping ideas in the manual that I prepared for my talk.
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