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6 responses to “Some Things Are Best Shoved Into a (Shoe)Box – FreshBooks, Outright and Shoeboxed”

  1. gre98

    This is SO cool for small businesses. Shoeboxed integrates with Freshbooks and Outright. Outright integrates with Shoeboxed and Freshbooks. Freshbooks integrates with Shoeboxed and Outright. Small businesses, you go!

  2. Ben Kepes

    For sure it’s a good thing. Although as Dennis points out over on AccMan, it’s a great thing for US customers – those of us in different physical and taxation jurisdiction locales are less well served by the mash up.

    Still I don’t blame them – North America is plenty big enough of a market to crack initially

  3. Alaoula

    Great idea – now I finally have a way to get rid of this giant stack of receipts and business cards.

  4. Jennifer Simmons

    So let me get this straight, I am supposed to benefit (as a freelancer – that is ‘FreshBooks target audience)with having to wait 7-10 days for Shoeboxed to get my receipts, scan them and put them in so that I can get them into my FreshBooks account and invoice them to the clients (considering I bill weekly)?

    Then I am to benefit from getting all of these details into Outright who will give me what? a Profit & Loss statement that has less detail than anything I have ever seen? Or the estimated tax feature which has me actually over paying my tax calculations because of their poor estimates?

    Freshbooks is depressing me.