Now that you have Expensify, those Sundays spent crafting crude paper expense reports (with receipts taped to the back) are a thing of the past, and perhaps you’re on the lookout for additional timesavers. I forward my emailed receipts to email@example.com to get them into my account, which is super convenient. But what if I could take it a step further, and didn’t even have to forward them in the first place? Continue Reading…
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I know I’m not alone when I say taxes can be confusing. So confusing that the annual changes to the laws and rates has given birth to a 7.7 BILLION dollar tax preparation industry. Whether you have someone do your taxes, or you do them yourself, here’s a couple tips for using Expensify in 2014. Continue Reading…
Expensify has a lot of users, a lot of different users. We know that our users come have varying use cases when when it comes to credit cards. We’ve got you covered no matter your situation or credit card.
We use bank-level security to keep your sensitive financial data safe. We’re tested regularly to ensure our security measures are up to date, and even subscribe to daily probing by McAfee to make sure that we can defend against the latest hacker tactics. Continue Reading…
Managing multi-page PDF receipts in Expensify is simple. To begin, just upload them as you would usually (forward to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload them to the site). Once uploaded, you are free to attach the PDF to an expense much like any receipt image. You’ll notice that the thumbnail image in Expensify only displays the first page; don’t worry, we’ve got the other pages too.
In order to view all receipt pages just open the ‘Edit Expense/Receipt’ window and click the ‘download’ button below the image. This will open the receipt, in its entirety, in another tab in your web browser. Continue Reading…
Have you ever been in the (simple, painless) throes of your expense reports but when you go to categorize and tag them your options are all sorts of crazy??? So you categorize/tag incorrectly and get slapped with report violations all over. No hope for submission?
Each year, the IRS updates the reimbursable mileage rate for business travel to reflect the costs for operating a vehicle. With (still) prices going up, you are now able to claim $0.565 per mile travelled in 2013. Check out the full details on the rate change at IRS.gov.
All new Expensify accounts created after the mileage rate change takes effect will already be updated with the new rate.
For personal users, change your rate by going to Settings > Preferences and clicking the ‘change’ button to the right your miles unit.
For policy managers, please go to Settings > Policies > (choose your policy) > Basics and change the ‘Mileage Rate’ of your policies if you are using the IRS rate.
Disclaimer: We do not update everyone’s mileage rate because a vast many of our users utilize company rates as opposed to the IRS rate.
Now you can enter your mileage expenses quicker, making expense reports suck even less! When you create a mileage expense on the web app, click the ‘use map’ button in order to use Google Maps to determine the distance you traveled.