Thanks for your videos on Invoice Ninja. I know in the past you indicated that you use KMymoney as your internal accounting system. One video that might be helpful is the interaction between Invoice Ninja and your accounting system. We have looked at Invoice Ninja and it looks really cool compared to our quickbooks. I would assume that as a S-Corp you likely just do a data dump from your bank into KMyMoney to report profit, generate P&L,etc. However, I am curious how you handle things like sales tax, etc. With QB it is all integrated into the vendor side to be processed in one fell swoop. Does Invoice Ninja do a good job at tracking and reconciling sales tax? 99% of our customers are pay by check so we would likely need to process that payment in Invoice Ninja via check and then also do the transaction in the accounting system either via cash receipts or bank dump. Obviously all these things can be worked around but I am curious as to the lack of integration between invoice Ninja and KmyMoney adds to your workflow from the accounting perspective.
Also are you using Invoice Ninja’s time tracking app? Do you use it via mobile phone? For instance if one of your techs leaves a site does he bring up the client and log the hours into Invoice Ninja to be invoiced or possibly processed later.? We have an android app for that that dumps to a Quickbooks IIF file to be imported in as a time tracker transaction. Works well.
Anyway, thanks for sharing your experiences.