|Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription||Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
Invoice Ninja is the number one open-source platform to create & email invoices, track payments and expenses, and time billable tasks & projects for clients.
FreshBooks is the winner of our 2017 Best Accounting Software Award. It is a great cloud accounting app for small business that makes billing easy and effective.
| Invoice Ninja|
14799 Soaring Eagle Ct,
Fort Myers, FL 33912
| 35 Golden Avenue, Suite 105|
Toronto, ON M6R 2J5
|Learn more about Invoice Ninja pricing||Learn more about FreshBooks pricing|
Invoice Ninja offers the following SMB and enterprise pricing packages to choose from. Give the details a look, and select the best plan for your business.
Ninja Pro – $8/month or $80/year
Enterprise – $12/month or $120/year
FreshBooks offers a flexible SMB and enterprise pricing scheme where plans are tailored to suit the needs of every business or small accounting team. What is more, the company offers a 30-day free trial where you can examine the features prior to choosing the most suitable plan. The difference between plans depends on the number of active clients you intend to bill, while functionalities remain the same allowing you to:
These are the pricing details for each available plan:
Lite – $15/month
Plus – $25/month
Premium – $50/month
Note that the company also offers discounts for annual payment.
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Invoice Ninja integrates with the following business systems and applications:
and much more.
FreshBooks integrates with the following business systems and applications:
|Chocosol, Giant Robot Engine, InfluAds, Mimic Interactive|
|Small Business | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Freelancers|
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Please keep in mind that while both FreshBooks and Invoice Ninja may have a top quality set of features each app may be aimed at a different business size. If you are analyzing various solutions you should pay attention to a company size they are catering to. Some features might scale up well for big enterprises but if you have a small or medium business it’s often better to refrain paying for customized functionalities that you might never have a chance to use.