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saul-bealefield Saul Bealefield|   Mar 11, 2021

Project Management and Expenses Tracking

Which programs best track time spent working on project and expenses paid? I can manually input expenses but project management is more difficult, as I use one desktop computer for multiple projects and switch between them. Is there a way to have project tracking logged automatically?

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