Everlance data export

New Improvement to Data Export Emails

Last updated on June 6th, 2017 at 07:40 pm

We work hard to make continuous improvements to Everlance and based off popular demand we’re excited to release a few small improvements to our data export functionality. We heard from many users (thank you for writing in!) about the issues with finding the attachments in the email. We listened and developed a new way to obtain your CSV files. You’ll now see two green buttons labeled “Download Trips” and “Download Transactions” in your export email that will allow you to automatically downloaded your data.

We also provide a quick summary of your mileage and expense logs so you can get a comprehensive overview directly from your email without having to dive into excel.

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Top Recommended Apps for Real Estate Brokers and Agents – 2016

Last updated on June 1st, 2017 at 07:26 pm

The amount of apps out there can just be overwhelming. Luckily, we went through many of them and have picked out the few that we believe can make a big impact for you as a real estate professional. Here is our list of recommended apps for real estate professional and brokers. We first start with how you can keep all your files and records neatly organized:

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Business License for Uber and Lyft Drivers

How to File for a Business License for Uber and Lyft Drivers

Last updated on August 2nd, 2018 at 06:28 pm

As you may have already heard the city of San Francisco has now required Uber and Lyft drivers to obtain a business license to operate in the city. This is a brand new development and many cities may follow their lead. The deadline to apply for the business license is 30 days after the letter has been sent to your residence to be on the lookout for a letter from the city. The estimated cost is $91 for drivers making less than $100K a year. To make life easier on our fellow rideshare drivers so we’ve laid out all the necessary steps for you to obtain a business license:

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Filing for a tax extension

How to file for a tax extension as a freelancer?

Last updated on June 1st, 2017 at 09:45 pm

Did you know that you may be eligible to file for a tax extension if you are not able to file by the tax deadline? Many people do this every year and it can be a good way to relieve some of the stress of tax season if you know that you need that extra time to dot your “i’s” and cross your “t’s”. The extension is usually for 6 months after the April 15th deadline.

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budget for taxes

How much money should I budget for taxes as a freelancer?

Last updated on August 2nd, 2018 at 06:14 pm

Budgeting for tax season can be the difference between an incredibly stressful tax return vs. using your tax refund to take some time off and travel.

Unfortunately, most of us tend to experience the stressful version of tax season. Proper budgeting is one of the most effective ways to relieve that unnecessary stress.

The goal is to have a solid game plan for the year and really stick to it.

Here are 4 practical steps to take and budget for taxes:

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