Wave makes it easy to be your own boss. Just do what you're good at, and lean on Wave's smart online software for help with invoicing, accounting and payroll.
Wave makes your money-related task easy with:
• unlimited invoicing, absolutely free!
• accept credit cards on your invoices with our "pay now" feature with a super-low, easy-to-understand flat fee
• expense tracking with no more manual entry! Connect with your bank account and never input another transaction again!
• Handle your business and personal finances in one place, all free.
• Accountant-friendly. Wave is real double-entry accounting with full reports and available accounting-geek tools like journal entries and foreign currency calculations, for free.
• Easy and affordable payroll that's guaranteed. Deductions and tax calculations, plus direct deposit, all for $5 per employee per month or less.
- Accounting, Startup
News on Wave
You hate it. Your accountant hates it. The dreaded shoebox full of receipts. It never ends. There are always tons of bits of paper that you can never fully catch up with. Each month (at least,... more
Toronto-based Wave announced today the launch of a new iOS application that accepts credit card payments on the go: Payments by Wave for iOS. Integrated seamlessly with the full Wave ecosystem of... more
A handful of North America's premier online tools for small businesses are banding together and today announced the launch of Get Startup Tools. Toronto's Wave along with Box, MailChimp,... more
Toronto's Wave, a cloud-based provider of small business finance tools, has launched an iOS payroll tool. The mobile tool is a companion app to their online payroll app. Payroll by Wave for iOS... more
Canadian-born Achievers has assembled a panel of Toronto technology leaders to host what promises to be one of the best Achievers Tech Talks to date. Slated for Thursday, May 23, the discussion... more
Toronto's Wave has launched a free receipt scanner app that allows iPhone and Android users to snap picture of their receipts, which are then analyzed by optical character recognition technology,... more
The online invoicing space boasts several competing platforms, with FreshBooks, Wave, Zoho, Invoice Machine and several others taking market share. If a new platform is both highly accessible... more
Finalists have been selected for this year's Canadian Startup Awards and voting is now open. Here's a quick rundown of the six finalists competing for the title of Best Overall Canadian Startup of... more
With so many talented entrepreneurs and innovative startups in Canada, Techvibes deemed it a necessity to recognize, honour, and celebrate these people and their companies. Presented by KPMG, the... more
The freshly rebranded Wave Accounting—now known simply as "Wave"—as launched what it describes as a comprehensive set of the most affordable online tools available in today’s... more
The Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) annual forum took place in Toronto today and 20 of Canada's Hottest Innovation Companies presented to an audience of 500 Canada’s top business leaders,... more
Toronto's Wave Accounting launched the U.S. edition of Wave Payroll today. The easy-to-use, cloud-based payroll solution is designed to work the way small business owners do, making it the first... more
Toronto's Wave Accounting announced this morning on their blog that they have acquired Montreal's Vuru. Vuru was part of FounderFuel's inaugural cohort and launched in November 2011. Vuru's... more
Canadian company Wave Accounting, which provides free accounting software for small businesses, just released new tools to connect its 300,000 customers with professional accountants and... more
Recurring payment models are a beautiful thing for businesses. While this form of subscription commerce has always been prevalent with software and service providers, there are some stepping... more
Almost everyday I’m asked for recommendations on tools and resources for businesses. Over the past few months, I’ve grown tired of emailing people links on everything from free... more
Canadian software firm Wave Accounting has released its 2012 Small Business Report. The results of extensive research by Wave reveal that bad economies, such as the one much of the world is... more
How do Canadian small business owners stack up against their American counterparts? Pretty well, according to the 2012 Small Business Report by Canadian software firm Wave Accounting. There are,... more
Accounting firms are known for being financially stable and often offer well paying positions. Startups, meanwhile, are known for being financially unstable and often offer you pennies and pocket... more
Today, Toronto-based startup Wave Accounting, a free cloud-based accounting software platform designed specifically for small businesses and solo entrepreneurs, announced that they have secured $12... more
Yesterday Wave Accounting announced that they have partnered with VersaPay Corporation to provide electronic payment services for Wave Payroll. Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed. Wave... more
Toronto's Wave Accounting announced today the launch of Wave Payroll, a 100% online payroll tool saving time and money for small business owners, self-employed contractors and freelancers, and... more
Yesterday the Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) announced the 2011 CIX People’s Choice Winners, WattPad in Digital and Wave Accounting in ICT, selected from Canada’s 20 most... more
This morning, Environics Communications hosted a panel discussion at MaRS in Toronto entitled “The B2B Social World.” Digital B2B marketing experts from Backup Heros, Wave Accounting,... more
Under the Radar wrapped up in Mountain View, California earlier today and one of the five startups representing Canada took home an award. Toronto's Rypple and Wave Accounting, Waterloo's TribeHR... more
Toronto's Wave Accounting announced today its acquisition of online payroll application Small Payroll. The application will be rebranded and relaunched as Wave Payroll, with a beta release in... more
Toronto's Wave Accounting announced today the closing of its Series A financing round led by Charles River Ventures (CRV) with the participation of OMERS Ventures. The $5 Million financing... more
This summer's GROW 2011 Conference in Vancouver has does wonders to help connect Canadian tech startups with Silicon Valley. A prime example of this is the five confirmed Canadian startups that... more
The Ottawa government has granted stimulus funding to two Toronto startups. Wave Accounting will recieve over $750,000, and Guardly will recieve just under $250,000. Both companie are less than... more
Toronto's Wave Accounting announced today that it has closed a $1.5 Million seed round led by OMERS through INKEF Capital. INKEF Capital is a venture capital investment alliance of pension funds... more
Users of the Wave accounting software will be excited to learn that the company has come out with new features for 2011, including, most notably, integration with invoice software FreshBooks. This... more
Earlier this week Wave Accounting launched an online accounting application that is the first integrated online application to track users’ business and personal finances. And... more