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asked by Yogachic09 on December 28, 2008
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For anyone interested in this product, the answer to the question is no, it does not break down the receipt by category. You will have to do this manually. It only (attempts to) pick up the store/vendor name, date, total and tax.
GbMedusa answered on March 10, 2009
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I almost missed this post, but knowing that the product is rigid and will not allow split categorization of expense type within a receipt is a big detractor for me. I really expected this product to be a comprehensive solution for the price point but I guess my ideal solution is not available in the market. Thanks to all reviewers.
M. Swindell answered on February 20, 2011
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It doesn't do this. I never had a need to. I suppose you can scan the receipt twice & then enter the amount manually (i.e, add up the amount for clothes & putit into one category & then rescan the sam receipt & put it into another). I do not see a way to manually enter two categories for one receipt without another image of the receipt.
Dissapointed answered on November 3, 2010
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In order to do this, you Split/Duplicate the receipt and then manually change the amount you want to record. You may need to do this if, for example, you have a Home Improvement store receipt and want X amount to go to Tax Category Homeowner Improvement and Y amount to go to General Retail. You will end up with two versions of the same receipt. Another option is to manually add another field that allows for a monetary entry. Neither are elegant solutions. It would be nice if we could break them out in one receipt but there is no way to do it.
T. Werkema answered on January 13, 2011
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Amazon Customer answered on December 30, 2011
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In order to do this, you Split/Duplicate the receipt and then manually change the amount you want to record. You may need to do this if, for example, you have a Home Improvement store receipt and want X amount to go to Tax Category Homeowner Improvement and Y amount to go to General Retail. You will end up with two versions of the same receipt. Another option is to manually add another field that allows for a monetary entry. Neither are elegant solutions. It would be nice if we could break them out in one receipt but there is no way to do it.
T. Werkema answered on January 13, 2011
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Guys,

If I buy this and if it comes with V4 software do I get the free upgrade to v5?

thanks
Jason Paul Starr answered on December 30, 2011
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I bought this for my own christmas present (:-P) ~ dec 17 and it was already bundled w/ v.5, and since then there have been 2 updates its alerted me to that I've downloaded via their website. I'd be surprised if you buy it now, that it wouldn't have v.5 software bundled....
Amazon Customer answered on December 30, 2011
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