If you have yourself a more recent version of Microsoft Office Excel (2007+ I believe) then I recommend you take a look at Gig Tracker down at MusicianWages.com
It's a really nifty little tracking device that helps you write down and manage your income, expense, and details from Gigs that you do.
It's perfect for a musician, or anybody really who is a freelancer of some sort.
A recording studio could use it to track their hours in the studio, and then track expenses on top of that.
I know the idea of another excel spreadsheet seems really dull to you, and that's what I thought when I heard about it.
I figured, "great, another organizational tool that will get lost in a ton of folders, that takes more time to learn to use than it actually saves me".
It's not the case at all though, with examples already on the page, it's a pretty difficult thing to screw up.
Plus, your accountant will love you!
Considering it's completely free, you would be a bit of a fool not to pick up this nifty tool, and I recommend you do just that.
You can find Gig Tracker on MusicianWages.com.
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