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There's a lot of discussion on whether a nonprofit should use Quickbooks, Quicken, Gnucash, et cetera. Our point is, Gnucash is yet again free and open source. Of course there are some advantages to the paid services of Quickbooks but again, iGetcha wants to minimize the costs of a small nonprofit. That said, keep in mind there are costs associated with the convenience of software. has not released a stable version of their software. But iGetcha wants to keep the non-profits aware that this software is coming and from the demos, it's kinda cool :)


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