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6 Coolest Business Apps for Expenses

6 Coolest Business Apps for Expenses

Are you running a small business and looking to manage the finances and payments to increase organizational productivity? You don’t need to worry at all.

Every business, either it’s a small shop or a large enterprise; involves wearing loads of hats at a time. As an entrepreneur, you can make your life a bit simpler and easier; all you need is to have some useful business apps!

These online business wallets and apps will allow owners to stay responsible and organized, no matter what the situation is. Just have a look!

1. Expensify

If you’re on a business trip and want to make it less painful, then you badly need Expensify that helps you in tracking your expenses. You just need to connect your Expensify account with your debit or credit card, so the app adds it to the expense report directly.

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If you don’t have time to do this; you can also take photos of your receipts with your phone, and Expensify will automatically pull out the related info. You can easily create an expenditure report in just a matter of seconds.

For team users, Expensify app charges you $5 a month and for corporate users, it’ll cost $9 a month. For bigger corporations, let’s say businesses with more than 1000 employees, you’ll get more discounts. The application is compatible with all PCs and phones, including Android, BlackBerry, iPhone and Windows phone.

2. PayPal

PayPal is a convenient platform that allows business owners to connect your debit, credit and other bank accounts with your PayPal account. You can accept PayPal and credit cards in-store and on your site with the PayPal’s standard plan, which is free.

On the other hand, PayPal’s Pro account costs $30 a month with additional features such as the capability to customize and host online checkout. For in-store and mobile payments, PayPal charges 2.7% on every swipe, for manually entered sales 3.5% + 15 cents and online payments and invoicing 2.9% + 30 cents.

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3. Gusto

Gusto, which was previously called Zenpayroll, helps you simplify your company’s whole tax and payroll processes. Gusto offers these features;

  • Automatically reports new hires to the government
  • Efficiently handles all local, state and federal tax filings
  • Automatically deducts benefits and workers’ compensation payments
  • Emails digital pay stubs to employees

The software charges the subscription price of $39. It’ll cost $6/month per employee, which means if you have 10 employees, you will have to pay $99 per month; $39 (subscription cost) + 10 (total number of employees) * 6 ($ per employee) = $99.

Gusto is presently serving more than 25,000 clients.

4. FreshBooks

If you are running a small business or you’re a freelance worker, then FreshBooks app is for you! With FreshBooks, managing and tracking your company’s invoices becomes easy.

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Other significant features include:

  • Developing bespoke, professional-looking invoices
  • Automatically sending bills to the clients for returning invoices
  • Acceptance of credit/debit cards on cell phones
  • Enables you to organize and track expenses from everywhere
  • Developing tailored financial statements

For companies with five clients, FreshBooks will charge you $12.95/month. If you have 6-50 clients, it’ll charge $24.95/month, and if your company has more than 50 employees, it’ll cost you $39.95.

You’ll get a 30-day free trial before subscribing. FreshBooks is free to download on Android and iOS devices.

5. Wave

If you have a small business, or you’re an independent contractor or a sole proprietor with nine or fewer employees, then Wave might help you out! Wave is a user-friendly accounting software platform that lets you:

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  • Track your business sales and expenses efficiently.
  • Manage customer payment and invoices.
  • Pay employees.
  • Scan receipts.
  • Create accounting reports.

Moreover, you’ll get your hands on free personal software that will help your business and manage its finances simultaneously.

6. Apple Pay

Apple has launched Apple Pay, which can easily allow you to accept payments or make payments through your iPhone. It is a great tool for vendors to accept payments. Apple has recently accepted bitcoin apps and you can easily and effortlessly accept bitcoins with apps for Bitcoins for eCommerce transactions.

 

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Last Updated on May 22, 2019

50 Great People To Follow On LinkedIn, No Matter Your Industry

50 Great People To Follow On LinkedIn, No Matter Your Industry

LinkedIn is an excellent platform to network with great people to help you in your career and businesses. However, with over 575 million people on the site, who should you follow? This list will steer you to the right people to follow, organized by categories of expertise.

Job Search Experts

You will likely have several jobs throughout the course of your career, and you will constantly need advice on new trends and strategies out there in the job market. Here are the LinkedIn experts who you should follow on these matters.

1. Liz Ryan is the CEO and founder of Human Workplace. Her articles on job searching are filled with creative and colorful cartoons.

2. Lou Adler is the author of The Essential Guide for Hiring and Getting Hired.

3. Dr. Marla Gottschalk will help you make an impact in a new job.

4. Hannah Morgan runs CareerSherpa.net, where she gives expert advice on job searching and how to be more visible online.

5. Alison Doyle is the CEO and Founder of CareerToolBelt.com.

Management Experts

They say that people leave managers, not jobs. These experts in LinkedIn will help you become your employees’ dream manager.

6. Jeff Weiner. How can we leave out the CEO of LinkedIn himself?

7. Nozomi Morgan is an executive coach. She can help you transition from a boss to a true leader.

8. Mickey Mikitani is the CEO of Rakuten. He constantly shares his expertise in managing a global player in e-commerce platforms.

9. Andreas von der Heydt was the head of Amazon’s Kindle Content and now the Director of Talent Acquisition. He has extensive experience in management, branding, and marketing.

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Productivity Experts

By maximizing your productivity, you can win in all aspects of life. The following LinkedIn experts will help you win big in your career.

10. Gretchen Rubin is a happiness coach and the bestselling author of the The Happiness Project.

11. Carson Tate is the founder of Working Simply. She advises us to include play in our schedules.

12. Greg Mckeown is an essentialist. Part of being an essentialist is saying no to many things so that we can focus on the things that matter.

13. Brian de Haaff, CEO of Aha! Labs Inc. provides strategies on how to be productive and happy at work at the same time.

Marketing Experts

14. Sujan Patel is VP of Marketing at When I Work, an employee scheduling software. He is an expert in content marketing and he even shares his ideas on content marketing in 2020.

15. Megan Berry is the Head of Product Development at Rebelmouse, a content marketing and AlwaysOn powerhouse.

16. Sean Gardner will help you navigate the social media landscape. This includes how to use different platforms to help accelerate your career. He is also the bestselling author of The Road to Social Media Success.

17. Christel Quek is an digital and marketing expert. She is the VP of South East Asia at Brandwatch. Their products help businesses utilize social media data to make better business decisions.

18. Jeff Bullas is a digital marketing expert. His blog has over 4 million readers annually.

19. Michael Stelzer is the CEO and Founder of social media powerhouse site, Social Media Examiner.

20. If you’re looking for inbound and content marketing expertise, follow Dharmesh Shah, Founder and CTO of Hubspot.

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21. David Edelman is a McKinsey partner and is at the helm of the Digital Marketing Strategy Practice Department.

22. Dave Kerpen leads the social media software company Likeable Local. He is the author of Likeable Social Media: How to delight your customers.

23. Clara Shih is the CEO of Hearsay Social and the author of The Facebook Era.

24. Aaron Lee is Grand Master of Customer Delight at Post Planner. He is an excellent resource for everything social media.

25. David Sable is the CEO of Y&R, one of the largest advertising firms in the world.

26. Content marketing trumps traditional marketing these days, and who else better to lead you in this area than Joe Pulizzi, Founder of Content Marketing Institute.

Personal Branding Experts

Part of what we market in our personal career is our brand. When people hear your name, what kind of brand comes into their mind? What traits and qualities do they associate with you?

Here are some personal branding experts from LinkedIn to improve your own brand.

27. Dorie Clark is the author of Stand Out and Reinventing You. He can help you craft the professional image you’ve always wanted.

28. Dan Schawbel is the managing partner of Millennial Branding. If you’re a millennial, Dan is the guy to help you craft your personal brand.

Other Notable Experts to Follow

29. Lisa Gates is the expert to follow if you’re negotiating for higher salaries and promotions.

30. If you’re a Baby Boomer, Marc Miller will help you navigate the continually changing landscape of the workplace.

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31. To avoid getting your resumé moved to the “No” pile, read Paul Freiberger’s excellent advice.

32. James Caan provides insightful ideas on careers in general. He is also a serial entrepreneur.

33. Jeff Haden writes on various topics, such as leadership and management. He is the owner of Blackbird Media.

34. If you’re looking for expert business advice on getting new customers and keeping them, follow Jay Baer.

35. Suzanne Lucas, aka Evil HR Lady, is a great human resources specialist.

36. If you need help in using Twitter to boost your career, Claire Diaz-Ortiz can guide you in the right direction.

37. Ryan Holmes is the CEO of Hootsuite, a social media management tool.

38. Customers are the lifeblood of a business and Colin Shaw focuses on revolutionizing this customer experience.

39. Brian Solis often reflects on the future of business and how technology can disrupt our world.

40. Nancy Lublin provides advice on more lighthearted topics, which are perfect after a long day’s work. She is the CEO behind Dosomething.org, a portal designed for social change; and the founder & CEO of Loris.ai and Crisis Text Line.

41. Katya Andresen provides advice on how to manage your career. She was the CEO of Cricket Media and now responsible for the SVP Card Customer Experience at Capital One.

42. Gallup has created a system to test what your strengths are and how to use them at work. Jim Clifton is the CEO of Gallup.

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43. Adam Grant is a Wharton Professor and the author of Give and Take, which provides advice on why being helpful at work can accelerate your career.

44. Hunter Walk is a partner at Homebrew Venture Capitalist Company and has specialty in product development and management.

45. If you’re running a nonprofit organization, follow Beth Kanter for expert advice on this area.

46. Emotional Intelligence is necessary to succeed in your career, and Daniel Goleman is your expert for that.

47. Rita J. King connects science, technology and business.

48. Tori Worthington Rose is a Creative Director at Mary Beth West Communications, LLC. She has extensive experience in sales and digital media.

49. If you’re looking for some advice on how to use writing and personal content marketing to boost your career, follow Ann Handley.

50. Tim Brown is the CEO at IDEO and shares his insights on Leadership and Creativity.

These are just some of the key thought leaders and movers in various industries. They will provide you with constant inspiration, as well as the willpower to pursue the career that you’ve always wanted. Their stream of expert ideas in their respective fields will help you become well-equipped in your professional pursuits.

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