A Sample Accounts Software Program can be Availed for 30 Days Through the Internet

San Antonio, TX (PressExposure) February 04, 2011 -- A newly launched web portal, called Accountz, has begun its operations in offering a 30-day free trial offer of its accountancy software program. This software program is said to work in any platform a person may be using. Whether a person is making use of Windows, Linux, or Mac OSX, he will be able to take full advantage of the software. To check this free offer, all one has to do is to check out the details provided on the Accountz web portal.

This web page is filled with information about the helpful products that it offers to its long list of loyal clients, as well as new ones. In fact, the company regularly receives top awards, and quite recently they receive 5 stars rating for both their personal and business applications that are being featured on this web portal. To check out the products, all a person needs to do is to make use of the links and tabs provided in order to navigate through the site conveniently.

One of the accounts software being offered through this web portal is called the Home Accountz. This program is said to let the person using it specify exactly how much money he wants to spend in a period of 1 whole year. One of the features of this product is called the Period Overview, in which a person would be able to compare his actual expenditures to his budget, as well as to check on the forecasts for the next month.

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To check out more details of the number of bookkeeping software products offered by Accountz, a person only has to browse through the pages of the site, which can be done by going to http://www.accountz.com. Through this site, a person would also be able to learn more through user forums, video tutorials, as well as the new Accountz weekly webinars. For questions, people can always call them during normal office hours.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 04, 2011 at 6:28 am
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