Easy to Use Expense Report Software and Application
I have a small business I tend to on the side. And I have a gazillion receipts I have to deal with. Well, I have found the solution to my messy box of receipts. I just started using a powerful and easy to use expense report application called Tallie, that streamlines Expense Reports. Good stuff!
Unlike other software I’ve used in the past like the complex and terrible user interface and horrible user experience of the huge and established Concur, Tallie is easy as pie to use, and is paving the way for small and medium business expense report automation.
Expense Report Automation isn’t a new thing. Many companies have been building such software for a long time, but most have failed at easy to use, but powerful automated expense reports. They fail, because the software tends to be bloated, overly complex with entirely too much information on any given screen view, difficult to navigate, and at times obtuse. Best of the expense reporting software is stripped down in it’s interface, but more and more powerful as you dig deeper. If you need only the most simple of software, you don’t have to expose yourself to unneeded complexity.
- Expense Report Definition
- Wikipedia: An expense report is a form of document that contains all the expenses that an individual has incurred as a result of the business operation. For example, if the owner of a business travels to another location for a meeting, the cost of travel, the meals, and all other expenses that he/she has incurred may be added to the expense report. Consequently, these expenses will be considered business expenses and are tax deductible.
- Keeping track of and taking advantage of expense deductions means that businesses can save money and have higher profit.
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