Does your team send all receipts to an app like Expensify, or do you track expenses manually perhaps in a spreadsheet? Have company-focused credit cards like Brex and Stripe Corporate Card made it easier to track expenses?
And if your self-employed or doing freelance work, how do you track your expenses outside of a company?
Freelancer here, Currently trying out inflow.finance for my expenses. It seems really promising.
All transactions that I receive from bank (SMS, app notifications, email, etc) I send to Airtable by using Integromat/Zapier.
I use QuickBooks Online Accountant to complete my company's bookkeeping and manage my personal finances. All my banking and credit card transactions are pulled daily and I can perform budgeting and basic analytics from the reports and dashboards they provide. The best part -- it's free!
QuickBooks Online for freelance using user-defined rules which help to automate categorizing subscription expenses. It doesn't suggest categories for you, unfortunately.
For personal expenses I'm using the Spendee app but it's slow and so manual that's it's a burden. I may try Mint again.
I have several gmail accounts. Superhuman onboarding created a split inbox for me with a calendar ICS and I forgot how to do it. Can anyone provide the steps to do this, please?
I've used Airtable extensively to build simple internal apps as minimal viable products, but would love to build something bigger without coding. What are your favorite tools to build MVPs?
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