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e-Signature apps

These are but a few references to comparison shop for e-sign apps:

Tech Radar - https://www.techradar.com/best/best-esign-software-solutions

Zapier - https://zapier.com/blog/best-digital-signature-apps/

Gartner Group - https://www.gartner.com/reviews/market/electronic-signature

Digital Signature Application info compiled from various bookkeeper FB Group posts

Docusign - $19.80/month with a QBO Proadvisor discount (look in your QBOA Proadvisor tab)

Adobe Pro - $24.99USD/month - includes digital signatures

e-Sign Genie - Pay per use, no monthly subscription

One Span - Connects to Sharepoint - $20/month

Hellosign -$14/month, not included in Dropbox as originally reported.

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I currently pay $125.87US for Adobe Sign.

I have it for 3 years and includes digital signatures.

I was going to switch, but the only cheaper option is Hellosign.

@robyn
Welcome to the TaxCycle protaxcommunity.

Is this pricing of $125.87 USD per year for the sign plan only?

What are the pre-requisites for the Adobe Sign app?
If so, then which pre-requisite app plan do you use?

Yes, it is $125.87 USD per year for the sign plan only.

There are no other pre-requisities for the Adobe Sign app. I log in through my web browser. Clients can also use the app on their phone. I make sure to have it as actual signatures only. They can take a picture of their signature or draw their signature. I use it for other accounting forms I get signed as I have clients far away from me.

Thanks for the tip about the QBO Docusign discount on annual subscriptions. I wasn’t sure I was going to go annual, but with $99 off I probably will.

I am currently testing out Signnow. For a part time proprietor like myself price is reasonable at $96 USD per year for a single user. With unlimited signing.

Docusign is pricier at $396 CAN per year, but will be integrated with taxcycle, so that counts for something. If they offered $99 off to taxcycle users I would go for it.

Otherwise my other option is to pay for the months that I need it (Mar and Apr) at $50/mth and not worry about rest of year.