Quasar Accounting – full function, stand-alone business accounting package

Last Updated on July 12, 2021

Quasar Accounting is an accounting package similar to Intuit’s Quickbooks.

From its easy to install scripts to its online help, Quasar was developed with the ordinary user in mind.

You can run it on a single computer or on a network, define a single company or multiple companies as your requirements dictate, purchase products, maintain inventory, sell goods and services, manage payables and receivables, print cheques, and review your financial statements.

Features include:

  • Ability to define your monetary symbol, monetary format, date format, time format, number format and percentage format.
  • Fast/easy data entry.
  • Existing transactions are easy to find and easy to edit.
  • Backup and restore.
  • Define recurring transactions for recurring journal entries, recurring cheques, recurring customer invoices, recurring vendor invoices and recurring vendor payments.
  • Import XML files.
  • Mailing labels.
  • Accounting Features:
    • Chart of accounts.
    • Financial statements.
    • Create journal entries.
  • Sales, prepare:
    • Customer Quotes.
    • Customer Sales Orders.
    • Customer invoices.
    • Multiple taxes.
    • Selling discounts.
    • Price management.
    • Accounts receivable.
    • Cash Reconciliation.
  • Purchasing:
    • Purchasing and receiving
    • Cost Management
    • True landed cost
    • Vendor billing
    • Vendor claims
    • Accounts payable
    • Cheque writing and printing
    • Back Reconciliation
    • Purchasing charges
  • Inventory Management:
    • Departments and sub-departments.
    • Full margin control.
    • Container deposits.
    • Create kits.
    • Physical counts.
    • Multiple case sizes.
    • Multiple lookup numbers.
    • Stock locations.
    • Multiple vendors per item.
    • Sales history.
    • Barcode labels and signs.
    • Item adjustments.
    • Active and stocked status.
    • Powerful reporting.
  • Handheld interface.
  • Multi store.
  • On-line help.

Restrictions of No charge Single Computer Basic Edition:

  • No network access, no remote connections.
  • No point-of-sale interface.
  • 1 client.

Website: github.com/thomasn/quasar
Developer: Linux Canada Inc
License: Proprietary

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