I've heard many on here that use this software. I just started diving into the software lately, and I was wondering what you guys do about the accounting side of the business. I know it has an expense category, but it doesn't record check #'s for your purchases. It doesn't give you an income statement or balance sheet. It doesn't link to quicken, quickbooks, etc.. I was wondering what you guys do about all this? Also, it doesn't print out checks for you. Do you just write checks, and record this information in a separate place or what? I called them, they said they don't plan on linking it to accounting software in the future because most business owners do not like working with quickbooks, peachtree, etc.. They said most owners print out their revenue and expenses, then hand it off to their accountant. My accountant said this will make it much more expensive for him to do my taxes, plus in the future it will start to become inefficient and complicated. Is this what you guys do, print out the info and hand it over? Groundskeeper Pro seemed simple, and cheap (good for very small business), but doesn't seem like it will be able to handle my activities when the business begins to grow. I've read in the archives some use Lawn Monkey, Gopher, etc.. I want to learn a system from the beginning that I can use once I expand to 2,000+ customers. What do most in the industry use? How much will I be looking at paying compared to my $380 for GP? Do you use softwares that have these accounting systems built in or softwares that link to quickbooks? Thanks.