Track and code money with TALK and the TALK Accounting MasterCard in real time in three easy steps.
When employees use the Talk Accounting MasterCard to draw on the aggregated available funds1, their phone receives a notification in real-time that includes the vendor and amount of that charge.
The employee is prompted to take a picture of the receipt and to TALK about the business purpose of the transaction. Then all the employee needs to do is say something like “I just bought three cases of screws for the Smith Road Project.”
The voice recognition converts the recording to text. The text is analyzed and coded by the Artificial Intelligence and uploaded to your accounting software with the picture. The entire process takes 10-14 seconds.
1 Preset limits not to exceed $50,000. Some fees apply.
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Steven Brewer, CPA is the President of Steven Brewer and Company, CPAs, located in Salem, IN. He talked to AccountantsWorld about how he’s grown his accounting practice without needing to increase his number of clients – and how those improvements have eased his tax season crunch.
While many people did receive refunds last year, there were many more that were surprised in knowing that they were actually going to have to pay this year. The reason? They simply did not make adjustments to their withholding.
The good thing is that this surprise doesn’t have to be repeated and you have the information to make the adjustments needed now using your 2018 Tax Return.
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