It’s tax time again. Oh, how I love thee, tax
time. Receipts and deductions and all this
me how to
prepare my taxes and it was (need I admit
this?) not the easiest system. Here is how
I should have done it: Downloaded Expensify onto my phone and clicked a picture of
every receipt right when I got it, made sure
it was logged and categorized, then threw
the bugger out. It does more, but just this
would have saved oodles of time for me.
You can attach notes about the expense to
the receipt. You can categorize them as re-imbursable, billable, or neither. Not all the
categories match typical tax categories,
which is a bit irritating, but the ones that
aren’t can be categorized as “other” and
noted with the proper category. You can export results and manage your expenses online. It also has a trip plan organizer that lets
you import your itinerary, gives you flight
alerts, and auto-expenses certain things.
The free version limits you to 11 receipts
per month and limits the features. The pay
version ($15) permits more receipts, time
tracking, and invoicing. Not all the reviews
are positive, but even a limited use may
help you as it would have helped me.
Primer is a free Google app that gives you
quick 3–5 minute lessons on different marketing techniques and how to analyze them.
It is sleek, easy to use, and fun. If marketing
ideas do not come to you naturally, or you
want to have a quick tool on your phone
that you can access while you are on the go,
download Primer and give it a ride. The only
downside I found is that the home screen
is cumbersome to get back to and some of
the most recent reviews are crying for an
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