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Software Suggestions for Small Vintage Guitar Business

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#1 EducatedGuess


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Posted 22 September 2014 - 09:40 AM

Hi.  Almost by accident, I've started a small business selling used and vintage guitars out of my home.  I have a very good full-time job, so this is a small enterprise that may or may not grow bigger.  If nothing else, it will fuel and fund my addiction to adding new guitars my growing collection.


Occasionally I will run across an expensive guitar that I make a lot of money on, so I want to begin tracking inventory, serial numbers, etc.


Is there a freeware application out there that would accomplish this, or would something like Quicken (which I know nothing about) be a better choice.





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Posted 22 September 2014 - 11:11 AM

Quicken would be a more reliable choice, with support..

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