might be a candidate for confirming the truth of the old adage that 'you get nowt for nowt'
Turbocash has been around for almost two decades, and although I'm sure it has been upgraded several times over the years it really doesn't meet the standards you expect from today's software.
For one thing, it wants to install itself in the root of your C drive by default, and that's an absolute no-no as far as I'm concerned - all programs should default to the program files folder, and a root default is a sure sign of a program with a DOS history.
Otherwise, the Turbocash interface is a bit of a mess, and frankly I think you could do a lot better. If you want to keep things simple you might consider the free version of Quick Books from Intuit - it's a good application from a well-known company, and as your business grows you can easily upgrade.
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