The earlier you organize expenses and keep track of potential deductions, the more money you’ll save in the long run.
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With an automated expense reporting system, employees can upload receipts, expense reports, bills, and email invoices on-the-go and on time.
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The Beta Reports section will allow users to create customized expense reports based off a selected date range and a set of categories. Users will then be directed to specify an email address to send the report to, as well as select whether they want the report to be a .PDF or an Excel Spreadsheet (similar to current expense report uploads).