From Taylor Business Software:
TBS Easy Fixed Assets will keep track of fixed assets, by location or asset no., calculate monthly depreciation amounts, prints reports. You can enter up to four users defined fields to store custom information, plus there is a extensive note field to store additional information.
What's new in this version: Version 6.4 added the ability to import and export data.
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Version: TBS Easy Fixed Assets 6.2
Very Simple To Use; Reports are concise; Price is Great
Would help if you could include a photo of the asset in the asset file; however, I think the creator may be adding that feature to future versions.
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