DropBox – Dropbox is a must have when you are a team and need to share files while both working on the same files. Dropbox is a free service that lets you take all your photos, documents, and videos anywhere and share them. You can grant others different levels of access. If you need to share really large files that won’t send as an attachment this is a great resource
Quickbooks – If I didn’t have this I would epically fail at accounting. Not only does it produce professional invoices and accepts payments, it can automatically populate your expenses from your business account(s), track time connected to a project AND it’s CRAZY EASY to use. It even has an app that allows you to take pictures of your receipts and record expenses that way, too.
Paypal – i have been a user and fan of PayPal since the beginning when using it for eBay purchases. When I evolved to needing it for business it was a smooth transition. It is the one place I can go to send money to family, send payments with confidence and to accept payments. PayPal is FDIC insured and more secure with people’s banking information.
LastPass – My sister has been a user a very long time and it has saved our bacon when we needed to find a password from 3 years ago without locking up the system. I had a spreadsheet with over a 120 passwords. I know, very secure J With LastPass, you only have to remember your master password. Save all your usernames and passwords to LastPass, and it will autologin to your sites and sync your passwords everywhere you need them.