Tag archive for ‘shoeboxed’

15 Places That Offer Business Card Scanning Services

by Michael Kwan - on Sep 23rd 2010 - 3 Comments
Business Card

Even though we are moving toward an increasingly paperless society, the single best way to exchange contact information in person is still to swap business cards. This is particularly true of larger events where you will meet and greet with a great number of people in a short span of time. The trouble, then, is trying to organize all...

User Feedback On Shoeboxed Receipt Management

by Michael Kwan - on Aug 26th 2010 - 2 Comments
Pile of Receipts

Two years ago, we took a look at Shoeboxed.com. In short, you’re able to outsource your receipt management to this company — it scans, categorizes, and organizes your receipts for your online management. The receipts are then be securely shredded and discarded. From your end, all you had to do was stuff all of your business...

25 Taxes Tasks & Projects You Can Outsource

by Thursday Bram - on Mar 4th 2009 - No Comments
Calculator on Top of Tax Forms

April 15 is rapidly approaching and that means that we all need to get our taxes in order. For a lot of us, that means finding someone to help us: not only do most people dislike handing over a percentage of their income to the government, there are plenty of complexities that make an expert’s opinion invaluable. There are several...

Shoeboxed.com – Simplify Receipt Sorting

by Thursday Bram - on Dec 12th 2008 - 4 Comments

Receipts are a necessary evil: you have to have them to track expenses, calculate tax deductions, and manage your finances. Despite the fact that we need organized receipts, however, most of us resort to the shoe-box method: throw all the receipts in one box and toss it in the closet. It’s not that we don’t know that we need...

5 Tricks To Automate Expense Tracking

by Thursday Bram - on Dec 3rd 2008 - 2 Comments
Calculator with Pen

It seems like every personal finance book suggests tracking your expenses in order to figure out just where your money is going. It’s a tip that works pretty well: if you have a good idea of just what you’re spending your money on, you’re more likely to cut back on those items that you really don’t need. But tracking...