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My take would be if your comfortable with keeping books rather than
using software is to do it. As you mentioned your accounting needs
are minimal, no inventory , no 1099's, minor invoicing.

I use quickbook pro and am fairly satisfied with the ease of use after
getting up and running and trained. I use software as I need to put out too many invoices and manually producing and recording would take way too much time. Also being able to look up customer payment history,
send open invoice reports, track expence history, could go on further.

I guess your choice also depends on how much you expect to grow in the future.

Good luck

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