GSA Buchhalter

Software for all who need a simple single-entry accounting solution.

The GSA Buchhalter is a software for all self-employed persons and small companies who do not need a double entry bookkeeping. The program is easy to use and is not overloaded with unnecessary functions. The application can manage unlimited entries of your customers and their in- and outcomes. The booking accounts are freely configurable and each of them can be changed at every time. You get an immediate overview of all bookings in a graphical diagram. The time period in this overview is changeable to monthly, yearly or to a free date. Moreover the accountant program contains an income surplus calculator and a monthly value added tax report. You have tax reports included for the tax office (sales tax report and statement on excess of receipts over expenses). For your safety we have included the possibility to quickly make backups of the database and of course the ability to write it back in case of an emergency.

Changes: elster update

Minimum requirements: Pentium Class PC

Operating system: Win98,WinOther,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP

Program URL: http://www.gsa-online.de/product/buchhalter/

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Special permissions

You are hereby licensed to make as many copies of the TRIAL VERSION and freeware version as you wish and distribute it to anyone provided that all files are intact. You must distribute the install form of the TRIAL VERSION (not the files resulting of an installation). You are not allowed to sell the TRIAL VERSION or freeware version (except for shipment and handling charges). Computer's Magazines are authorized to distribute it on any Cover Disk or CD-ROM without any permission.

EULA

SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT This user license agreement (the "AGREEMENT") is an agreement between you (individual or single entity) and GSA, for the GSA software (the "SOFTWARE") that is accompanying this AGREEMENT. The SOFTWARE is the property of GSA and is protected by copyright laws and international copyright treaties.

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