New tool makes accounting easy for freelancers

There are many great things about being a freelancer, but for most of us, accounting is not one of them. Which is why we were intrigued to hear about Zenvoice (opens in new tab).

Zenvoice is a simple invoicing tool for freelancers that promises to greatly simplify the way most people of us do small-scale accounting.

Features include:

  • Automatic handling of clients: Clients are saved automatically when you use one in an invoice for the first time. The next time you bill that client, all their info is automatically inserted.
  • Income reports at a glance: A straightforward dashboard shows you everything you need to know about your earnings and expenses.

A simple dashboard enables you to check your billing history

A simple dashboard enables you to check your billing history
  • Simple expense tracking: When you spend money for your job, just click 'New Expense', fill in some quick details, and forget about it until tax time.
  • Super fast filters: No more headaches from clicking through pages of old invoices to find something specific. Locate an invoice or client quickly with intuitive filters & sorting.

There's an easy way to log your expenses

There's an easy way to log your expenses

We haven't had a chance to try it out because it's not finished yet - it launches in April. But it's certainly worth keeping an eye on, and you can register for an email notification when it's launched here (opens in new tab).

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Tom May

Tom May is an award-winning journalist and editor specialising in design, photography and technology. Author of the Amazon #1 bestseller Great TED Talks: Creativity (opens in new tab), published by Pavilion Books, Tom was previously editor of Professional Photography magazine, associate editor at Creative Bloq, and deputy editor at net magazine. Today, he is a regular contributor to Creative Bloq and its sister sites Digital Camera World, and Tech Radar. He also writes for Creative Boom and works on content marketing projects.