Finance apps

The only Canadian tax app that pushes you straight to a professional

It's tax time again in Canada. Income tax returns for individuals are due in by April 30th with the self employed needing theirs to be filed by June 15th. Nobody likes paying them but taxes are what makes the world go around. There's no reason, however, not to be sure of getting all your deductions in correctly and minimizing the amount that you pay. Big businesses do it all the time so there's no need to feel guilty about it.  More

TAXplan Feb 27th 2016

Fully customizable automated invoicing to save you time and money

If you've ever been in the business of collecting subscriptions from customers you will already know that there are pitfalls. For a start, a percentage of credit card payments will fail for one reason or another and communication to those customers via phone or email is guaranteed to take up way too much of your time. ChargeOver takes the hard graft out of automated invoicing and recurring billing by getting rid of paper invoices and statements and replacing them with a fully customizable automatic invoicing platform that's filled with great features.   If you are looking for a ...  More

ChargeOver Jul 10th 2014

Simplify, manage and organize your business purchases and end the paper chase

Keeping your purchasing under control is one of the most important things for a business in order to keep its head above water. You don't want Charlie ordering up supplies in one department while Sam replicates it in another. The answer to the problem, of course, lies in creating a purchase order for the goods but we all know that there are times when that can go wrong. Procurify is an easy-to-use expense management and accounting application for business that simplifies, manages and organizes your business purchases - whether they be photocopy paper or new computers - and stops you from ...  More

Procurify Jul 2nd 2014

Get your personal budget in order and know your monetary limits

It would appear that, after the horrors and belt-tightening that resulted from the GFC a few years ago, there seems to be a little bit of money back in the pocket again. It took around 10-15 years for the turnaround to happen after the crash of '29 so we've probably done a good job in minimizing the damage so far. I think we've learned a few things out of this crisis though. The main thing i think that we've learned is that it's never been more important to organize ourselves monetarily and that it's vital to live within our means. A budget is essential -especially where families are ...  More

NetIncome May 16th 2014

Know your Bitcoins!

There has been much newspaper and TV talk recently about alternative online cryptocurrencies and how they fare in modern society. Bitcoin is one that has been heavily featured as the potential leader of the bunch but even that has been treated with mistrust and confusion as people struggle to get their heads around the concept of non-traditional, non-folding money. The fact is, however, that more and more online (and non-online) companies are finding it a very convenient way of paying and being paid for goods and services. Coinnext is an online cryptocurrency exchange that facilitates the ...  More

Coinnext May 11th 2014

Fast and efficient iPhone expense management for freelancers or small business

We all know how difficult it seems to be for big business to track and bill expenses accurately even with their larger workforces and sizeable resources. Now, imagine how difficult and time consuming it must be for the freelancer or small business. Falcon Expenses has come up with the answer with this expense tracking application for iPhone that lets you track your full expenses without the need to keep records on your computer. Automatically track mileage, scan receipts and log billable hours and keep accurate records - all from your phone.   Falcon Expenses is the first fully ...  More

Falcon Expenses Dec 6th 2013

Free multilingual invoicing and time tracking for small business

If you are a small business or a freelancer it has never been easier to present a professional appearance for your business. With the amount of excellent free apps available these days there is certainly no excuse for putting  out second rate invoicing and estimations. Nutcache is a free invoicing and time-tracking application that lets you create as many invoices and estimates complete with your own logo as well as providing time sheets and other tools to keep track of your employees billable hours.   Nutcache is a free, multilingual online application for invoicing & time ...  More

Nutcache Aug 4th 2013

Popular apps roundup

If you're anything like the average gadget consumer, your phone is a fifth appendage. Part of the reason smartphones has become so prevalent in society is the versatility. With the vast sea of programs out there, you can pretty much get your phone to do everything but love you back.  More

Application design is big business in the mobile industry. From the hobbyist hoping to be the next Mark Zuckerman to big R&D guys passing around beta versions, it’s safe to say hundreds of hours go into creating apps that make life easier. In 2012, citing a report from B2B Guide to Social Media, there was more than 400,000 apps available from Android and more than 500,000 from Apple. Consider some of our favorites as you wade through this flood of apps.  More

None Jun 28th 2013

Complete complex calculations on the go

If you want to work out complex calculations in your specific line of work you probably have an Excel spreadsheet to work it out. But what happens when you are away from the office and don't have the availability of those spreadsheets at your disposal. Do you take down all the info and work it out at the office and tell them you'll get back to them later? Wouldn't it be better to have something that will do the job now? Valuation App has been designed with the financial entrepreneur and venture capitalist in mind and provides an instant answer to financial calculations of the most complex ...  More

Valuation App Apr 30th 2013

Never forget who borrowed your Marvin Gaye book ... or that $20!

Have a look at your fridge door. Is it covered with post-it notes detailing money owed or split bills that you share with flat mates?  Or a list of books, cd's or DVD's that you have lent to friends? That's how mine looks, anyway. I've thought of using one of the many apps available but, to be quite honest, they've left a little to be desired. Some only link up to your social media friends, some require yet another log in with a password (just what i need) and some only deal in money whereas most of the things I lend tend to be books rather than cash. So when the IOUTool came along it ...  More

IOUTool Apr 12th 2013

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