Denver’s garage sale season is a short one, one reason why so many households band together for multi-family sales. But if you’re the one assigned to monitor the cash box, you know how crazy it can get and, more important, how tough it is to keep track of who sold what. Now there’s a new app that can help.
The TallySheet yard sale app lets you use your phone to checkout customers and track sales totals for multiple sellers. You can also opt to have more than one cashier, so that each can checkout buyers. And, the app shows sales reports in real time. When your sale is over, Tallysheet reports exactly how much each seller is due.
It’s easy to use. All the app user does is choose the seller’s name, enter the item price and the app takes care of the rest. It even tells you the final amount of money to collect from the buyer and can do the calculations for any change owed – great for those of us who are a tad mathematically-challenged.
While TallySheet was designed for multi-family garage sales, it will work for any sort of group sale. So come craft show season, this could be best thing since homemade Palisade peach jam. And if the thought of using the app for a craft show makes you drool, good news – TallySheet works for bake sales, estate sales, farmers’ markets, jewelry shows, or any sort of event where you have multiple sellers and have to divvy up the cash at the end of the day.
TallySheet is FREE to download on iTunes and GooglePlay.