truckers accounting software

by Rosie
(Kalispell, Montana)

My husband is a new long haul driver out of Montana. I'm wondering who does the accounting for your man /driver. You or someone else? I'm thinking it can't be to hard to learn software in order for me to do it vs. a paid accountant.

Any advice would be appreciated.
Thank you

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Oct 10, 2015
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by: Anonymous

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Sep 28, 2014
TruckersBooks Software is the answer NEW
by: Ron

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Jun 06, 2011
Trucker Accounting/Bookkeeping
by: Anonymous

Trucking is can be a complicated industry to keep books for. Many people take losses when trying to DIY with accounting practices; it’s like trying to repair your own vehicle, having only watched a mechanic do it. There are many accountants or bookkeepers who would be available to assist you or your husband while also adhering to federal and state law.

I would hire a professional for this one.

List of qualified Accountants/Bookkeepers:
1. TAS: 800.250.4953
2. Truckers Accounting and Permitting Service, Inc.
3. Wells Asset Solutions: 877.719.0794
4. TBS: 800.207.7661

Oct 26, 2010
by: Rosie

I too am also a wife of a new driver out of Montana. I would like to keep the books instead of paying someone else to do them. Can anyone suggest software that you have used to learn accounting skills for over the road drivers? Thank you, Rosie

Oct 19, 2010
Getting Started
by: American Trucker

I Never Thought of That
So what’s it take to be an Owner/Operator anyway?
“I’m a good driver and willing to work hard so I’m going to get my own truck and I’ll
make more money than I do driving for a company!” Does this sound familiar? The
answer is that is takes a great deal more than just being willing to work hard. A lot of
good men has worked very hard at making a go of it as owner/operators and has still
failed. In talking with some of these men, certain common factors emerge. The most
common reason for failure turns out to be a lack of planning. You’ll quite often hear an
ex-owner/operator complain that a broker ripped them off. Plagued by truck
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Every year in this country there are literally thousands of new businesses started, and at
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