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How Do YOU Handle Receipts?

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I was wondering what is the best way to organize receipts. By Vendor? By date? By Job?

Which way do you do it and is it working for you?

 

I want to be able to put my hands on any receipt when called upon. Like if a customer calls about the warranty on a part. I am looking for the simplest

way to accomplish this.

I am currently using Quickbooks and we recently purchased a Neat Desk. Both of which are great, but I gotta figure out the best way to organize this stuff.

PLEASE HELP

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