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7 Best Ways to Go Paperless (from Google)

1 Use cloud storage: One placeto create, share, and keep all yourfiles. Google Drive: Get started with 5GBfree.
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1 Use cloud storage: One place to create, share, and keep all your files. Google Drive: Get started with 5GB free.

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2 Send an online fax: Fax machines waste paper and ink is expensive. HelloFax: Send faxes online, 50 free pages/month.

3 Manage your bills online: Access statements and organize accounts. Manilla: Avoid paper bills, pay online for free.

4 Sign documents using an e-signature: Just as legal and super-easy. HelloSign: eSign contracts for free.

5 Create an online expense report: Don’t print out e-receipts. Expensify: Manage all your receipts in the cloud for free.

6 Send online invoices and receive payment online. Xero: Online business accounting, 6 months free.

7 Scan your existing documents: Get rid of your file cabinets. Fujitsu SnapScan: The world’s best document scanner.



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