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Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Best and Worst Trust Accounting Software

Trustinstone3 The Trust Advisor Blog recently conducted a poll on the best and worst trust accounting software available. Scott Martin has now posted the results of the poll in a blog entitled the Best and Worst Trust Accounting Software of 2011. The verdict? According to those polled, the winning title goes to AddVantage based on its numerous features, portfolio management, and system wide balancing. Trust Advisor Blog’s chart of the best and worst software of 2011 is below:

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That was an interesting study. And it is good to know that numerous businesses today are embracing the idea of using accounting software for their enterprises. It takes a leap of faith to entrust your finances to software, but the rewards of this risk is definitely remarkable, especially for their books and ledgers.

Posted by: Jamie Shellman | Nov 9, 2012 12:57:00 PM

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