Four- or Seven-Month Classic Subscription for Receipt-Digitization Services from Shoeboxed (Up to 58% Off)

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If you use shoeboxes to store your receipts, you won't have any left over to make a diorama for extra credit on your tax return. Free up some space with this Groupon.

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  • $45 for a four-month classic subscription ($89.85 value)
  • $75 for a seven-month classic subscription ($179.70 value)
  • Up to 150 document per month; up to two users; Quickbooks integration

Shoeboxed

Shoeboxed helps its users clear up cluttered desk drawers and streamline their accounting by turning stacks of papers, loose collections of receipts, and bulky folders into an easy-to-access online database. Whether clients need to gear up for tax season or simply organize their office, the helpful technicians at Shoeboxed take the heavy lifting out of organizing with a multi-step digitization process. First, users have multiple ways to forward their receipts: they can take a photo with a smartphone or tablet, mail them in one of the company's Magic Envelopes, send e-mails to a secure address, or print and clip them out from a browser. Once the documents reach Shoeboxed, a flesh-and-blood human—not simply one of the mindless super-soldiers cloned by the IRS—verifies each document before scanning it and uploading it into an online database protected by the same security system used by major American banks. Users can then access their information at any time from almost anywhere, as well as export the data across several different platforms, including Excel, QuickBooks, Wave, and Xero.

In a Nutshell

Upload or send receipts to safe, secure servers, where they stay organized and in wholly digital form—saving both time and space

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.