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New Expense Categories

Here is the list of new expense categories on Fyle.

Written by Pradyumna Dinni
Updated over a week ago

We recently updated the system categories, i.e., the categories provided by Fyle. To view the new list of System Categories,

  1. Go to Settings > Organization > Categories in the Organization view.

  2. In the table, you can see the Categories you have created and the System Categories.

Here is the list of new system categories:

  1. Airlines: Air travel-related expenses.

  2. Bus: Bus travel-related expenses.

  3. Entertainment: Entertainment-related expenses like cinema, shows, etc.

  4. Food: Food expenses

  5. Fuel: Fuel expenses

  6. Groceries: Grocery/Retail stores

  7. Lodging: Hotels, Motels, Inns, Resorts, etc.

  8. Mail: Courier Services, USPS etc.

  9. Office Supplies: Purchases made for office like printers, papers, etc.

  10. Others: Miscellaneous and random.

  11. Parking: Expense incurred while parking your vehicle

  12. Professional Services: Expenses incurred from professional services like publishing, etc.

  13. Rental: All rentals like Vehicle rentals, device rentals, etc.

  14. Software: Software subscriptions like Google Suite, Microsoft, etc.

  15. Taxi: Taxi services like Uber, Easy Taxi, Lyft, etc.

  16. Train: Train travel-related expenses.

  17. Utility: Utilities (Daily needs) like phone services, internet services, electricity, sewage, etc.

While these changes are present on Organization Settings, there is no change on the categories you created on Fyle. The new System Categories list can be seen on the Edit category screen, as shown here.

Besides the list provided above, the two categories: Mileage and Per Diem, will be unchanged. You can find them on the list of categories as is. The respective categories are set when your employees create Mileage or Per Diem expenses.

Feel free to contact our support team at [email protected] for further information on the new list of System Categories.

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