Express Accounts Reviews

Learn about Express Account accounting software for small businesses. Includes info on Express Account, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on March 12th, 2019

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Express Accounts is a professional accounting software suited for small businesses. With this software, users can view balances, track payments, deposit transactions, and email reports.

Express Accounts Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing

Express Accounts Basic

$99.00

Express Accounts Plus

$129.00

Express Accounts
Express Accounts Review:

Pros: Clear, fast, and easy to use, and free. Offers basic features.

Cons: Lacks robust features. Not suited for large businesses.

Bottomline: Offers an easy to use software with key features. However, only suited for small businesses.

Express Accounts Key Information:

Founder

Peter Lupton

Year Founded

1993

Headquarters

Greenwood Village, CO

CEO

Peter Lupton

Number of Employees

51-200

Phone

1 (720) 627-7145

Address

6120 Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Greenwood Village CO, 80111

Website

nchsoftware.com

Express Accounts FAQs:

What is Express Account's price range?

Express Accounts plans range from $99.00 to $129.00. If you want additional features, you can pay between $30.00 - $159.00.

Is there an Express Accounts free trial?

No, Express Accounts does not offer a free trial. However, the company does offer a free version to small businesses with less than 5 employees.

What are some Express Accounts alternatives?

Where can I find the Express Accounts login?

Express Accounts does not have a login option.

Express Accounts Reviews:

Source

Review

Austin T - invisionzone.com

I run a small automotive workshop and use Express Accounts as my accounting software. I had to download the latest version of Express Accounts a couple of weeks ago after my computer hard drive crashed. Having used Express Accounts for around 4 years I was pleased that at least one of the hang ups had been resolved from the earlier version where the tax amount had to be entered manually for accounts payable. Until now the invoices have looked professional but the latest version lets that down.There are three problems I have encountered. I am running Windows 7 pro. Firstly when I write up a description of work done I used to type any letter in the quantity column and the column would be blank. Now anything I type in there just shows a 0 which looks decidedly second rate. Secondly I have noticed when I save invoices to file and open the PDF, if the description is too long for the line any word not finished just carries onto the next line. If I print them they are fine. Thirdly when I am typing in accounts payable the due date changes depending when the invoice date is. Then when it is corrected it sometimes changes as I am entering data. I would like to think that NCH would sort out these problems and then the software would be great. Should be a free upgrade once these problems are sorted.

treewhisperer - masterblasterhome.com

I used Express Accounts. It's free for the first 5 employees and can easily migrate to other programs.