Durham, NC, February 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Shoeboxed, a website where users can organize digital receipts, is now compatible with Quicken and TurboTax software programs. Quicken and TurboTax two of the leading desktop applications that help people manage their money and prepare their taxes.
“Since receipts are such an important part of getting tax returns, this integration with tax and money management software was a natural move for Shoeboxed,” said Taylor Mingos, founder and CEO of Shoeboxed. “I just think about how long it takes to organize receipts and then file them appropriately for taxes, and am just happy that our Shoeboxed users can save so much time on taxes and get on with the rest of their lives.”
Shoeboxed is the leading online service for receipt organization: In addition to numerous free solutions for organizing receipts online, like a Shoeboxed email address that aggregates all online purchases, export functionalities to Excel or tax software, and tabular and statistical overviews of receipt data, Shoeboxed has developed a premium service designed to reduce the hassle of paper receipt clutter.
The Shoeboxed Receipt Mail-In program has been called the “Netflix for Receipts” in recent press coverage. For a monthly subscription fee, users send receipts to Shoeboxed in a prepaid envelope, which are scanned in and uploaded to users' secure Shoeboxed accounts and then sent back to them. Users can organize thousands of receipts a year without doing any of the hard work. Receipt Mail-In is as easy as stuffing receipts into an envelope.
Shoeboxed and Receipt Mail-In offer clear advantages over alternative products available in the market: The program saves people time by doing all the scanning and data uploading for them, and user data is stored safely online and backed up every 24 hours, and is accessible 24/7 from any place that has internet access. Upgrades and new tools are immediately available to users on their free-of-charge online accounts. Receipt Mail-In is currently priced at around $19.95 per month, but users can try a first month at only $9.95.