Solutions By Business Type Startups

Start with Crunched, grow with Crunched, succeed with Crunched.

Startups and new businesses move rapidly and many times find themselves scrambling to organize their records. With laser focus on product or service development and distribution, it is important to have a stable recordkeeping system from the start.

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Don’t miss deductible R&D expenses

Early on in the startups life cycle, disbursements are made early on for initial startup expenses, often getting overlooked and forgotten about in the midst of growth. Start with Crunched early and make sure you get credit for these expenses.

Journal entry creation window with a debit and credit line and a success notification bar
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Stay organized from inception

One of the hardest things to do with accounting records is to play catch up. It takes twice as long to compile and prepare records, often times missing deductible expenses. Start with Crunched and save time staying organized.

Pay vendors & outside contractors

Startups and new businesses often times outsource work early on which require 1099s. Simply check vendors as recipients and run year end disbursement reports making it easier to stay compliant and file federal and state tax returns.

Vendor creation window with name, expense distribution account and 1099 checkbox selected
Crunched accounts payable aging report with amounts due for 30,60, and 90 days

Effectively manage cash flow

Managing cash flow is imperative for startups and new businesses to maintain operation. With Crunched you will have a clear view into when expenses are due and when to expect payments from customers.

Collaborate with co-founders

With multiple co-founders, quickly assign them to various user roles where they can collaborate within Crunched to post incurred expenses, view financial reports, and more.

Crunched user list with names and user roles


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Helpful startup resources

Here are a few help center articles and blogs that will help you get on the right track when it comes to setting up your new business.

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