Discontinued App

Purchases Tracker

• App Overview Purchases Tracker is an application for tracking purchases, receipts and managing cash flow. Its great for the "Road warrior" looking ...

Discontinued App

Description

- App Overview Purchases Tracker is an application for tracking purchases, receipts and managing cash flow. Its great for the "Road warrior" looking to ensure all your travel expenses are reimbursed, for those just looking to get a handle on their purchases, and it gives you the ability to compare past prices for items you have previously purchased. Purchases Tracker's App Features include: - Add/Remove/View new purchase items and Receipts from main screen. - Filter which purchase items are displayed - Group displayed purchase items by Store name, Category, and Payment Method - Search purchase items - Displays total and subtotal amounts spent and number of items for a given selected filter - Send feedback and suggestions via email - Remove a date range of purchase items or just their receipt images to conserve the limited amount of space on you iPhone/iPod Touch - Synchronize purchase items with other devices with Purchases Tracker installed. {This was a necessity so a couple can track their purchases recorded on different devices} - Individually mass select which purchase items to synchronize, re-synchronize, or not synchronize - Download PDF reports, over local Wi-Fi, to your personal computer, or any other device - View PDF reports on your device - Print PDF reports from your device to any printer that supports Apple's air print - Email PDF reports from your device to any recipient - Quickly view and group last month's purchase items in a separate screen - Report sub totals/totals page at end of each report - Email individual receipt images - Quick-Add button on Add/Edit view to allow adding more purchases without going back to the main view. - Does the IRS accept digital receipts? Yes. According to ruling Rev. Proc. 97-22, the IRS allows one to prepare, record, transfer, index, store, preserve, retrieve, and reproduce books and records by either electronically imaging hard copy documents to an electronic storage media, or transferring computerized books and records to an electronic storage media that allows them to be viewed or reproduced. - Can I throw away my receipts once digitized? Yes. According to ruling Rev. Proc. 97-22, the IRS permits the destruction of the original hard copy books and records and the deletion of original computerized records after a taxpayer completes testing of the storage system. - Will stores accept digital receipts for returns or rebates? Return policies vary from store to store (and sometimes from employee to employee). In most cases, stores require the actual hard copy when you have to present the documents in person. In other cases, printing a copy of the receipt is effectively the same as making a photocopy. In any case, we suggest retaining the hard copy in cases where a return or rebate is involved.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.1

Size: 790.97 KB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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