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
Are you a recent Uber, Lyft, Instacart, or Postmates Independent Contractor? Maybe you recently set out to be your own boss as an independent photographer, wedding planner, designer, musician, handyman, or real estate agent? Well, whether you think of yourself as an Independent Contractor, Self Employed, or Solopreneuer, filing taxes is something you’re going to have to deal with.
We are very excited to announce:
Bank and Credit Card Integration
Tax Integration featuring H&R Block
Keeping track of your business & personal expenses has never been easier. Now you can link your bank or credit card to Everlance & have all your transactions populate in Everlance as transaction cards. Simply swipe to classify each transaction, just as you have been doing for your trips. Learn how to integrate your account by clicking the button below:
We want Everlance to save you time and money. A major piece of this is digitizing a process that used to happen on paper (shoebox of receipts, paper mileage log, taxes, etc.), but we are now increasingly looking to see where we can help next and see streamlining the tax process as one of the biggest areas.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with H&R Block, the leader in assisted tax filing with over 20M tax returns filed in 2016. We’ve built a deep integration that will enable you to easily transfer all of your data from Everlance into the H&R Block app, Tax Edge, with the click of a button.
A new season brings with it new properties to buy and sell as well as taking control of your work finances. Although the current market has recently retreated from its recent hot streak there is still some optimism in the air. With mortgage rates remaining at historic lows, the economy getting a boost and unemployment declining last year, there are a number of reasons to believe that home buying will begin to heat up again.