Anyone use Neat Receipts and successfully upload the data to Quickbooks 2009
If you don't know what neat receipts is, it is a scanner that you can scan
you bills, sort them and then you have the option of uploading the data to
What exactly do you want Neat Receipts to accomplish?
I doubt the technology exits today with a price point of Neat Receipts that
enables the user to scan a document and have the software extract the
required information required by QB for data input without advance user
I want to know if when a receipt is scanned and then imported to Quickbooks,
does it calculate the tax correctly? i.e. the demonstration at the Toronto
airport had the person scan in a receipt for some office supplies purchased.
On neat receipts it stored a copy of the receipt and the applicable tax.
You only had to put it in the correct category. Then the demonstration
continued with the chap importing the receipt to Quickbooks. I was late for
my flight and never had the chance to see the result, but my question is
does this work as specifically is the tax correct.