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This is a very easy, convenient app and will save you so much money and time at the end of the year. I spent 2 hrs for my one month at instacart ( personal shopper) nov 27th- December first figuring out my miles locations for my 2017 tax return, and probably not even 1/2 I could have claimed. Had to google maps, put in every location, destination, and trips home. (Lotta work) Didn’t even include all the trips in between delivering or shopping. Made 1347 in a month as a part time job, picking my own hours, location, so trying to find deductions because no taxes were taking out and big chance I could have owed money. Even though I earn tax earning income credit, and single mom. Ended up with a net loss of $18 after miles used/ deducted and income received from instacart, net gain. Won’t have to hesitate about making too much money as I thought about for moving forward to 2018, (but still wanna stay in tax bracket.)I didn’t, but you can also deduct places you eat, gas, maintenance on car like oil changes, tires, (depreciation)etc.. that is work related for that job as independent contractor. Everlance wasn’t offered for instacart yet, just checked out tonight because upgraded to premium on tax day because given discount. Link your banking app and you just swipe left for personal or right for work. Create summary and can email to self for easy access, readily available.
I haven’t ever really kept up with my mileage probably the real way I was suppose to but I logged it anyways, just in case! I became an independent contractor with a company that provided Everlance to keep up with the miles for me. Didn’t think I’d really remember to turn Everlance on to track my mileage until I found the automatic trip detection. I do sometimes get frustrated because it WILL track your every mile & you then have to classify the unclassified & it piles up at times, but that’s my own fault 😉 I have since become a premium membership holder & this app is amazing! I don’t really know a whole lot about keeping records when your an independent contractor, so to speak, but I’m really diggin this app because it does so much for you! I’m not one to trust just any “let it do it all for you”! I’ll give it a try & if something doesn’t feel right, I’m out & quick. Been burned to many times BUT I’m really loving the Everlance App. You just plug in your numbers & your set, ready & go 😉It’s really a user friendly app for sure! It remains to be unseen as of now but I will see how much I’m diggin it come tax time 😁
You are not able to manually start and stop a trip for recording your mileage using this app. When you leave your location on a business trip and the entire trip needs to be logged for business, this app will automatically end the trip and start a new one when you have stopped for 10 minutes or longer. So pitstop for fuel, restroom and food, oops sorry, new trip. In my case when using the “free app” for 30 trips, (NOT) one 8 hour trip and return home consumed the entire free 30 trip per month allotment. For example, once I arrived at my destination I went to the store a mile down the street from my hotel and that was one trip because I left my location. Because I stopped and was in the store 15 minutes, returned to my hotel, that was a trip. Do not think you will be able to use this app for free, they have designed it to automatically burn through your 30 free trips quickly so you will have to make a $60 - $96 purchase this app from them. This problem could be fixed with allowing to manually start and stop trips and override the automatic start stop feature which is hugely annoying. This app does not do a good job explaining this auto start / stop feature on purpose and for good reason, I would not have downloaded this for even the “free version” had this been disclosed.
I appreciated the trial of the premium features before committing to pay for an entire year. I was very pleased with the app during my trial. Never had a problem. It seemed that as soon as I dropped the $60 for the year, the app started to have a bunch of problems. Miscalculating the miles on a trip and I have to go in manually to correct and not starting trip requiring me to go in and manually enter it. If I have to keep manually entering everything, I’m going to start wondering why I’m not just doing it the good old fashioned way and saving my money. Update: I contacted everlance and was quickly helped to troubleshoot. Sounds like problems with the gps was a common problem with the latest iOS update. Their recommendations worked, and everything seems to be working well for now. In the future, if there are known of problems affecting numerous people, it would be nice for everlance to put out an email notification with strategies to solve the problem. I’m trusting this app to track data for my taxes, so it’s important that it work (or that I be notified when there are problems with the system) the way it’s suppose to.
Otherwise it’s the most obnoxious app I had installed. It’s great for keeping track of your mileage and expenses incurred from working for Uber/Lyft/DoorDash/Shipt/Postmates or whatever. But say you only do that once in awhile... the app is still going to notify you every time you drive asking you to classify the trip, even if you have it set to automatically classify trips as personal or work, it’s still going to ask you to classify the trip which is incredibly annoying to me. Same with transactions, if you link your bank account to help keep track of revenue and expenses from ridesharing, it’ll constantly ask you to classify any transaction that it sees, even if you tell it to auto classify the transactions, it will still ask you. Again, incredibly obnoxious. I even contacted support about this and was hoping it was just a setting I missed but now. You either have an obnoxious amount of notifications that are unnecessary if you’re not ridesharing full time, or no notifications at all and you forget it’s there. Like, I paid for your service, could you maybe use that money to get some good app engineers to make it less annoying? Thanks but I’ll figure something else out. Deleted.
Developed by Everlance Inc..
Mileage Tracker by Everlance is ranking in Finance & Business
Last update was at Jan 28, 2020and the current version is 2.9.4.
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Mileage Tracker by Everlance have a 9 011a user reviews.
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