Detect and log all of your miles automatically (or try adding TO and FROM locations and watch the app magically fill in the rest of the mileage)
Instant Deduction Finder - Connect your credit card & find $1,000's in tax deductions in seconds.
Quickly categorize all of your Self-Employed business expenses
Calculate mileage, trip start time, end time, and reimbursement value per mile
Swipe to categorize mileage as business, personal, charity, or medical
Save your frequent trips addresses and to save time entering in past mileage
Bank and credit card integration to track revenue and credit card expenses
Add photos of personal and business receipts with the tap of a button
Raise your mile IQ with advanced features such as Work Hours
Supports multiple tagging for multiple businesses AND vehicles
The standard Everlance account is 100% free, but many users choose to upgrade to Premium. All accounts will start with on the free Everlance Plan. Start a 7 day free premium trial when upgrading to Everlance Premium (hassle free, cancel anytime).
Everlance Premium allows you to unlock Unlimited Mileage Tracking, Advanced PDF Reports, Premium Support and more for $7.99/month recurring or $59.99/year recurring for the annual plan.
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We'd love to hear from you! Feedback or ideas are welcome.
Battery Consumption Note:
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Everlance has been designed to limit GPS usage and we suggest monitoring Everlance to see how it performs against the competition :)
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