Editor | 26 February 2018
we reveal five apps that will help you stay on top of your business finances and grow your business.

Five financial apps for entrepreneurs

On average, people are supposed to check our phones 85 times a day. But we bet that entrepreneurs use their phones an awful lot more than that.

Many entrepreneurs run their lives via their mobile phones, keeping appointments, organising staff and managing tasks - so doesn’t it make sense to manage your business finances there too?

In this blog post, we reveal five apps that will help you stay on top of your business finances and grow your business.

Xero Accounting & Invoices

Run your business from anywhere with Xero’s Accounting & Invoices app for iOS and Android. The cloud accountancy software provider’s app allows you to send invoices, approve expenses, input receipts and reconcile transactions wherever you are. And all it takes is a few taps of your smartphone.

For more information about Xero and the smartphone app, speak to a member of our team today. 

FreeAgent Mobile Accounting

A breath of fresh air for freelancer finances. Self-employed professionals can use this app to get all the financial info they need at their fingertips. Find out what you’re owed and what you owe, capture receipt photos on the go and send out invoices right from your mobile.

For more information about the FreeAgent app and software, speak to a member of our team today.

Sage Expenses and Invoices

Synched with Sage One for businesses and freelancers, this app lets you track expenses, income and invoices anytime and anywhere. Give yourself the gift of time and help your business flourish and grow – all using the little black mirror in your pocket.

For more information about the app and Sage One accounting software, speak to a member of our team today.

Curve

Feel like you have got business bank accounts coming out your eyeballs? Curve simplifies your financial life by connecting all your accounts to one smart card and one even smarter app.

It allows you to manage business spending and monitor accounts. And business users can even automate expenses by sending them to their cloud accounting software.

PayPal

PayPal’s app is incredibly handy way of tracking money for certain kinds of businesses, particularly those that sell products on eBay and other websites. It’s easy and convenient, it’s protected and customers often prefer using it.

More bricks and mortar businesses are beginning to accept PayPal too, through special chip and pin devices.

For more information visit www.cloudaccountant.co.uk or email team@cloudaccountant.co.uk