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As a Macintosh consultant, I'm often asked, "What's the best bookkeeping software?" I wish the answer were easy, but whether a software is right for you depends on the particular requirements of your business. While the basic requirements for construction accounting are fairly simple — job costing, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and general ledger — I find that people also want the program to work the way they work, be easy to use, and very flexible. Yet after I find a software that, in theory, is the perfect program for a particular client, I've been told "It's too expensive," "I don't understand it," or "I need to have subtotals after six weeks, not three…" Let's face it, if