For my business I only send around 20 invoices per year to customers but buy a lot of (generally) small value electrical items off of ebay and amazon (and a few other stores) that I use in the projects.
Once in a while I’ll go through, print off all the invoices as PDFs, upload them to the Receipt Hub, Manually tag them with details, find them in my bank account and then reconcile them together.
My specific question is:
I often buy a number of items at the same time from Ebay - i.e 10 different items from different suppliers. Ebay bundles these up as a single order but bills me 10 different times. So once I have a combined invoice of £15.51 for 3 items (in the receipt hub) - I can find the 3 lines in my bank statement 6.65, 2.58 and 6.28 which total 15.51 but I can’t assign them. (I know I can do it the other way round - many invoices to a single bank transaction).
My more general question is:
This is taking me ages to do. I’m using automated bank feeds and a dropbox plugin to connect up to ReceiptHub. Is there something obvious that I’m missing that would make my life easier? I’m a developer - so would prefer to spend the time building something to do this rather than manually typing things all in.
Even something as simple as naming my receipts and have receipt hub automatically process them from the filename would be a start.