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sausage041 wrote:Anyone know the 'legal ramifications' of digitizing all your receipts? I.E. not having originals to give to your accountant, utilities company in a bill dispute, a store return, etc? This seems absolutely fantastic until you have to produce an original receipt (that you theoretically threw out because it is now digitized).
Yes, it is perfectly legal.
Started to just leave it at that, but jk. Not sure about stores or utility companies. They may or may not honor a digital copy. Up to each individual company. If you wind up in a suit, who knows.
But, I CAN say that the IRS does accept digital replicas of receipts as proof if ever audited.
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sidecarsybil wrote:It says for windows or mac until you try to buy one, then only mac is avail? *sad*
Yes, I just joined just to buy this and was very disappointed. Looks like it's the Vupoint for me.
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Just 2 quick points:
1. Once banks started scanning checks....digital docs are fine.
2. The ScanSnap is the GREATEST THING EVER!
Seriously, I love mine. I scan anything I care about as an OCR readable PDF;then snycToy them into an inSync local folder that replicates to a Google Apps account's documents...BAM
My scanned and searchable docs (including all receipts) are available to me anywhere/anytime.
(Years ago, my wife gave me one of these NeatDesk scanners at full price because I moaned about it forever...I returned it in about 48 hours. Several years later, I bought myself a ScanSnap.)
I love my ScanSnap (and my next one will be the network one...yes, for my house!)
Outta room in the ol' sig area: Suffice to say, 30 Woots so far...total of 38 items...