Receipt Bank (now Dext)
If you would like to spend less time organizing your records and more time growing your business, you should automate your document retention with Receipt Bank (now Dext).
Receipt Bank (now Dext) is a website application that extracts key information from your invoices and receipts and publishes it directly into Quickbooks Online (QBO).
Integrates with QBO
Some of the benefits of using Receipt Bank (Dext) are:
- More timely information.
- Instant receipt scanning with the mobile app. All receipts are usually captured within days or hours. Depends on you.
- More accurate capturing of information.
- Ability to easily designate receipts to specific classes or projects and also easily add notes to a receipt.
- Integrates with QBO
You can submit invoices and receipts to your Receipt Bank (Dext) account in multiple ways including mobile apps, email, computer upload, DropBox and more.
Extracts all key information
Mobile app: (As easy as 1-2-3)
Using either the iOS or Android app
1) Open the app
2) Take a picture
3) Tap to submit the photo of your receipt for processing.
Receipt Bank (Dext) will extract all key information including the item type (invoice, receipt or credit note), date, supplier, invoice number, total, sales tax and payment method. You can also add information including client, description, currency and project to your receipts before submitting them.
If you don’t have an Android or iPhone, items can be submitted by email. Every user is automatically provided with a unique, personalized @receiptbank.me email address (@dext.me). Invoices or receipts sent to an @receiptbank.me email address (@dext.me) upload to your Receipt Bank (Dext) account as separate items. Regular invoices from suppliers or providers that are received via email can be emailed directly to your @receiptbank.me email address (@dext.me).
For information on other submission methods, click here.
Once all the key information from your receipt has been extracted, your receipt will be transferred to the ‘Ready for Export’ section of your ‘Inbox‘ in your Receipt Bank (Dext) account. From here, all the data can be downloaded as a CSV file, or published to Quickbooks Online (QBO).
When you submit a receipt for a supplier for the first time, Receipt Bank (Dext) will make a best guess and assign the receipt a default category it thinks is most appropriate, for example office expenses. You can change the default category and it will remember this for all future receipts from this supplier.
As a client of KWB, Receipt Bank (Dext) is included free of charge as part of the package of services that you receive from us.
If you would like more information on Receipt Bank (Dext) or have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 780-466-6204 or email us by clicking here.
Thanks to Shannon Warawa of KWB Chartered Accountants for providing this content.
Shannon Warawa, CPA, CA
Shannon completed her Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta in 1999. She articled with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Howard Kirkpatrick Associates and obtained her CA designation in January 2004.
Since joining KWB in September 2005, her role has evolved from preparer to manager and mentor. She takes pride in sharing her knowledge with junior members of the KWB team and watching their confidence grow as they gain experience.
Shannon is a member of the KWB Manager Team. She is also the first point of contact for the majority of clients handling the affairs of a deceased parent or spouse.
Shannon is married to her high school sweetheart. After 30 years they still make each other laugh. She has 3 children – an angelic daughter and 2 spirited sons. She loves spending time with family and hosting holiday and birthday gatherings.
Shannon has volunteered for the Heart and Stroke Foundation and served as Parent Council Treasurer for many years at her children’s elementary school as well as team treasurer for her sons’ hockey and lacrosse teams.
Away from work, Shannon enjoys summer camping trips to B.C. where her and her family like checking out local farmers’ markets, playing cards on the beach, and hiking to nearby waterfalls. She also enjoys reading and book club, cheering at her children’s sports games, and her weekly boot camp classes.