So I used Outright for my online bookeeping. Works great when I'm doing low volume as I can manually input each order and COGS, etc.
Now that my store is starting to ramp up with a decent amount of orders I can see this becoming a real accounting nightmare to add each order to my system.
Do any of you just do a daily total and enter it in your system that way? So for instance I would put in Sunday's (yesterday) sales as 2 items - one being COGS total of all the items, the other being Sales of total items (and another if needed for taxes/shipping, etc).
I can always hit Shopify for individual reports, etc.
Pros/cons of doing it this way instead of individually putting in each order as they come in?
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I would probably try to find a solution that is automatic. I think if you use this app we built to track our own income/expenses through Shopify you will be able to automatically import into Outright:
I haven't tested that myself with Outright, but the format we create is very simple (looks just like a bank statement).