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Tired of carrying around months' worth of receipts and stapling and calculating expense reports? Enter: Expensify, your one stop online shop for tracking expenses and creating and submitting expense reports.

By linking to your bank accounts and credit cards, Expensify is able to automatically import and categorize expenses and upload eReceipts - so you don't have to worry about keeping track of a bunch of paper receipts.

Cash expenses are easy to track too, just snap a picture of the receipt and Expensify can do the rest.

Businesses can use Expensify to collect expense reports and reimburse employees up to $10,000 directly through Expensify.

Even if your company does not use Expensify, you can still use the site for free to organize and categorize your purchases and receipts, and to create and print expense reports to submit or to keep for your own records.

Additionally, Expensify is extremely helpful come tax time, by keeping your business expenses, charitable donations and other deductible items organized all year long.

Expensify also offers the additional convenience of mobile, apps for smart phones and compatibility with Quickbooks, Google Apps and Salesforce.

To learn more, watch the rest of Grovo's lessons on Expensify.

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