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Did you know the average Everlance user records over $3,500 a year in deductions?  Throw away your mileage log and shoebox of receipts! Everlance makes tracking your mileage and receipts for tax deductions or reimbursement simple, easy, and FREE. Everlance tracks your mileage automatically using GPS so you no longer need to keep a mileage log or logbook — all you need to do is let the app record your trips in the background and swipe which trips are for business. The app is designed for minimal battery consumption and IRS compliance.

  • Was that trip you took to 165 Mountain Ave for business or personal? With a simple right swipe you say “Business!”
  • Was that trip you took to Land Title for business or personal? You swipe right, “Business!”
  • What about that trip to King Soopers? With a left swipe, you mark that one “Personal”.

You have thoroughly tracked all your mileage in the Everlance app and backed it up on the cloud.   You can also track other expenses, as well!

Quickly and easily create an Everlance Expense report for your taxes. Every 1,000 miles is worth $540 as a business expense you don’t have to pay taxes on. The average Everlance user records over $3,500 a year in deductions.

You can use it for FREE which includes 30 automatically tracked trips per month. Because you are an IRES subscriber, upgrade to Premium at the discounted rate of $48 annually to receive unlimited automatic trips, bank integration and PDF reports.

Watch the 2 minute video to see how it works.

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Everlance is a set it and forget it solution so you can focus on real estate instead of doing paper work.

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