Mileage Expense Claims From Tripcatcher No Longer Count Toward Receipt Bank Usage

MILEAGE EXPENSE CLAIMS FROM TRIPCATCHER NO LONGER COUNT TOWARD RECEIPT BANK USAGE

We’re always looking for more ways to make tracking expenses effortless for accountants, bookkeepers and their clients. Mileage expense claims are a key concern for anyone who works out on the road, and there is no easier way to track mileage than with Tripcatcher.

We know that the number of mileage claims a user might make can add up very quickly. Even if the amount claimed per item is relatively small, they add up to significant savings.

That’s why we have amended our item tracking so that mileage published to Receipt Bank, from Tripcatcher, no longer counts as a submitted "item" in the payment plan.

For example if a Receipt Bank user, on the lowest pricing tier, saved 10 receipts and submitted 100 mileage claims in a month, the client remains would remain on that tier.

For more information about how Tripcatcher and Receipt Bank combine to save you and your clients money, we put together a handy infographic.

Save time and money on mileage expense claims with Receipt Bank and Tripcatcher

To find out more about Tripcatcher and how much you could save your clients when combined with Receipt Bank, and sign up for a free trial, click here.