I know you are made Manager to be a proper and correct ‘accounting system’/program, and you’re doing a wonderful job at that. But it also the easiest and best solution I have found to use in a computer repair shop.
When working on a PC, each invoice is basically custom. I have just a handful of items, the most commonly used one ‘computer repair’. I then enter a lot of information manually on the invoice including all details of the PC/laptop itself, and what work needs to be done. After the work is done, I edit the invoice and add more to the item line to say what I found and what I did to correct the issue.
So this works BEAUTIFULLY for that type of situation. But I also am a very small, ‘do computer work on the side’ operation. I don’t make enough to have or claim any other business expenses right now. The only thing I need is to keep up with out how much I made in order to figure self-employment tax at the end of the year.
So, while I could just do a payment to me to clear out the cash on hand it’s not always that simple either. I do a lot and receive a lot of donations of old computers. So a lot of the repair jobs I do involve using used parts from donated computers that I didn’t buy to begin with.
Anyway I’ve made this far longer than I needed to. I just wanted to explain my situation because I know you only want this program used in a correct accounting style method.
But, knowing that could you tell me how to clear out the cash on hand periodically? Even if it’s a registry entry or a file to access? I just want things as clean and simple as I can get. And if you ever get a chance to fork your program over to a cash register type system with receipts instead of invoices and accounting, you’ll make a LOT of people happy
Thank you for the great work you’re doing.