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Organize Receipts with Shoeboxed: A Closer Look at Shoeboxed.com

I’ve had a lot of fun following start-up Shoeboxed, the service that lets you organize receipts electronically and mail-in receipts to be scanned. I just signed up for the service and can’t wait to get started with them to help me keep track of my business travel expenses and more. Here’s a closer look at some recent changes at Shoeboxed and how it helps you organize receipts.

In a nutshell, Shoeboxed lets you organize receipts in three ways: by emailing electronic receipts to a unique, secure shoeboxed.com email address, by manual entry, or by mailing in paper receipts to be scanned.

Once your receipts are entered, you can track your spending with charts and spending analysis, create a budget, export your data to Quicken, and even share your spending patterns with friends.

Shoeboxed offers four plans to help you organize receipts: free, basic, classic, and express.

The free plan gives you access to unlimited storage, manual entry, emailed receipts, and all the analytics tools, you just can’t mail-in paper receipts to be scanned.

The basic plan gives adds mail-in paper receipt scanning, up to 50 receipts per envelope, for $9.95 per month, or $109.45 per year (1 free month).

The classic plan provides adds free prepaid mailing envelopes for your paper receipts, the ability to send unlimited receipts at a time, and guaranteed two-day processing time, all for $19.95 per month or $199.50 per year (2 free months).

The express, or premium plan, provides unlimited receipt scanning, guaranteed one-day turnaround time, and premium support for $59.95 per month or $599.50 per year.

All plans come with a 30-day money back guarantee, so why not give Shoeboxed a try today!?

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About David Weliver

David Weliver is the founding editor of Money Under 30. He's a cited authority on personal finance and the unique money issues we face during our first two decades as adults. He lives in Maine with his wife and two children.