From Stone Design:
Tracks time spent for clients, and produces invoices and reports automatically. It lets you document your work by associating files with each work session. TimeEqualsMoney was formerly known as "TimeCard".
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I had lost my registration information (after a system upgrade or something), and hadn't used the application in about a year (since I hadn't done hourly billing for a while). Then, I took on a project, and needed to use TimeEqualsMoney again. I e-mailed the developer, and literally in minutes, he responded with my registration information.
If you ever have a problem with this application--not that I think you will--you can expect very fast response from the developer. I also wonder if Andrew Stone ever sleeps. ;)
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Charging by the minute has improved my bottom line. I bill clients more fairly, which helps good will. I get paid more fairly because fees are more accurate. I also win more clients from people at the same rate that are still charging by the quarter-hour.
The interface is now finished as far as I am concerned. The later editions added "expense" fields do everything I need.
Speed is mostly not an issue with something like this, but the launch time has improved since the earlier versions. That helps.
The only thing that I need to criticize is the invoices. (1) I want the clients telephone number and E-mail address automatically added to the invoice, but I cannot do that with this version. (2) I need one logo for E-mailed invoices (low-rez) and another logo (high-rez) for printed invoices, but there is no convent way to do that in this version.
And finally my wish-list would add direct export to QuickBooks.