With Amazon Flex and Amazon FBA increasing on popularity, Everlance has become the top tool to use. We are working everyday to create products that are actually useful for our drivers, like automatically tracking your mileage, expenses and even revenue. We’ve found 4 ways that Everlance can help make your life as an Amazon Flex or FBA driver run a little more smoothly:
Even if it’s your greatest passion, having a side hustle isn’t easy. It’s a lot of work! And the first step is keeping track of your income. The good news is that you can breathe easier when you use Everlance to track your expenses and log mileage for your freelancing.
With its user-friendly interface, Everlance helps you keep track of every mile you drive for Uber or every coffee date you have with a client. Oh, and the receipt for the coffee? You don’t need to stuff it in your wallet to put in your shoebox under your bed later. Instead, you can just take a picture of the receipt and upload it to the app. Everlance stores all of the data safely in a cloud for when you need it.
You spoke and we listened. We are excited to bring you the ability edit your trips. Now you can not only classify or delete multiple trips at once but merge as many different trips as you would like into one. It’s as simple as tapping on “edit” and selecting your trips and then classifying, deleting or merging. Currently merging your trips is available on both or platforms (Android & iOS) and batch classify and delete are on iOS only.
A mileage tracking app is one of the best investments one can make. Not only can you get rid of that paper mileage log and receipts but also can become more IRS compliant. Since most of us never go anywhere without our phones any more, apps like Everlance can definitely help track your mileage and expenses and really not have to think much about it. Continue Reading
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