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A couple of weeks ago I received an email from the marketing person of OutRight.com, asking me to check out their website because it could be helpful to bloggers and online entrepreneurs. Usually I just give a glance at those requests, but this one caught my attention, probably because of the domain name (this is another sign about the importance of having a premium domain).

Anyway I went to check the serviced and liked it indeed. First of all because it is free for all customers. They don’t even have a premium account type right now (which is the standard in those types of services), so even if you wanted to give them money you would not be able to.

So what is it about? OutRight is basically an online bookkeeping service. Once you create your account, you will be able to track income sources, expenses, and even to make your tax calculations. In fact inside the control panel you have 4 main tabs: Income, Expenses, Taxes and Reports.

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The interface is really user friendly and simple to use. You just need to add the name of your invoices or expenses, the value, and the service will do the rest.

If you have a business or are required to pay taxes (which I believe is anyone earning over $400 annually with their websites), it should be worth a try.


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Daniel

Daniel Scocco is a programmer and entrepreneur located in São Paulo, Brazil. His first company, Online Profits, builds and manages websites in different niches. His second company, Kubic, specializes in developing mobile apps for the iOS and Android platforms.

  1. Is there any reason at this web site is any different than any other similar one? It seems like they all do the same things for you. I don’t know though, because I really haven’t tried many of these kind of services out.

  2. It looks interesting! I will give it a try as well. My only concern is that they will see the desire for the service and start to request money to use it. Will we then lose the records and have to pay in order to retrieve? Hmm…

  3. @Shan Beach – fear not, we don’t believe in bait and switch tactics. And we absolutely won’t hold your data hostage – in fact, you can export all of your transactions to a .csv format at any time (just go to the Reports tab, select Profit and Loss, scroll to the bottom of the report and click to export.)

    We will roll out paid tiers and services down the road, but the service that you use today will remain free. So please tell your friends:-) Cheers!

  4. It looks interesting! I will give it a try as well. My only concern is that they will see the desire for the service and start to request money to use it. Will we then lose the records and have to pay in order to retrieve? Hmm…

  5. That was some nice information. I have never used or, even come across any such website, more so because I never attempted to. But I would want to check this out for sure. But what good is a book-keeping website if you are not making some real money and you are finding it difficult to manage it?

  6. I think I’m going to give it a try. I incorporated several years ago and I’m terrible with the required record keeping. I’m an accountant’s nightmare customer. Perhaps OutRight.com can help me with that.

  7. Daniel, thanks much for the kind words – we do try to keep it as simple as possible. Your point about too many features being confusing is spot on.

    @FestivalPlanet – we’ve had lots of requests for support for the UK, Canada, Australia and others. It’s definitely something we want to get to, but it will honestly be a while.

    @Serve The Song – we also automatically sync with Shoeboxed for receipts as well:-)

    All, we’d love any feedback you might have on how we can make the site better/easier/faster. Just shoot us an email at support at outright dot com. Cheers!

  8. Is there any reason at this web site is any different than any other similar one? It seems like they all do the same things for you. I don’t know though, because I really haven’t tried many of these kind of services out.

  9. @Vygantas, yeah I had come across some alternatives, but this is the most user friendly one I have seen around.

    All the others had a huge number of features that only confused the users in my opinion.

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