Prepping for tax season with dual-purpose cash and check scanners
Dual-purpose cash and check scanners are essential now more than ever. Tax day falls on April 18, 2017, which means federal and state tax offices are about to be swamped with work. Efficiency is key this year, as the IRS cautioned that refunds may be delayed, according to Forbes. With new rules in effect, offices should do their best to get ahead. Fortunately, the right equipment could make this season less stressful and more efficient. Here's how a scanner can help:
Save time with dual-purpose cash and check scanners
With the entire country filing taxes, offices have a lot to process. Counting and verifying checks by hand consumes valuable time that could be spent reviewing and filing away forms. For this reason, dual-purpose cash and check scanners are a must for tax offices. The JetScan iFX i100 from Cummins Allison can process 400 checks per minute, a rate that keeps your operations moving.
Deposit checks electronically using dual-purpose cash and check scanners
Another way dual-purpose cash and check scanners save you time and make for an easier tax season is by depositing balances for you. The JetScan iFX i100 lets you tally check totals, verify amounts and deposit all on one system. This way, you don't have to run off to your financial institution during this busy time of year. Instead, accurately count checks and get them in the proper accounts.
Store information with a dual-purpose cash and check scanner
Not only do dual-purpose cash and check scanners save you time and allow you to deposit, but they also scan check images and store them electronically. This way, you'll have digital images of your checks on file to refer to now or down the road. This helps eliminate space-eating paper copies, reduce your carbon footprint and cover your tracks.
Prepare for tax season with Cummins Allison.
February 16, 2017