Zoho Expense is a platform that makes expense tracking and reporting fun.
Patreon is a membership platform that makes it easy for artists and creators to get paid. It enables content creators to make a regular, long-term living from their work. Patreon also allows creators to keep in touch with their most ardent supporters while maintaining creative control over their work.Patreon Integrations
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Triggers when a new customer is created.
Triggers when a new expense is created.
Triggers when a new organization is created.
Triggers when a new project is created.
Triggers when a new trip is created.
Triggered when a membership is deleted.
Triggers when an existing pledge is deleted.
Triggered when a post is deleted on a campaign.
Triggers when a new member is created, either by pledging or by following a campaign.
Triggers when a new pledge is received on a campaign.
Triggered when a new post is published on a campaign.
Triggered when the membership information is changed. Includes updates on payment charging events.
Triggers when a pledge has been updated.
Triggered when a post is updated on a campaign.
Assign a role to user.
Create a new user.
Delete an existing user.
Make an user active
Make an user inactive.
I have been using Zoho Expense for the past few years, and it has helped me to track my expenses. I rely on it to maintain a record of everything I spend, so I can see where my money is going. It also helps me to determine how much I can save.
Zoho Expense has a variety of features that make it easy to use. It allows you to view past transactions, create budgets and expense reports, create recurring transaction, and add expenses to different categories.
Zoho Expense comes with a free version and paid versions that offer additional features (like adding attachments and exporting. The price of the paid versions depends on the number of users, and the cost ranges from $3 per user per month for up to 25 users to $20 per user per month for up to 1,000 users.
Patreon is an online platform that allows fans and artists to connect directly. Fans can pledge money toward their favorite artists’ projects in exchange for rewards or “perks,” such as early access to content. It also allows artists to grow their own fan base and build their communities.
There are two types of accounts. patrons and creators. Creators set up pages and post information about themselves and their goals. Patrons then pledge money toward these goals.
Patreon is currently available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
Zoho Expense and Patreon both help people to manage their finances. Zoho Expense allows individuals to track their expenses, set budgets, and create reports about where their money is going. For example, when you create a budget in Zoho Expense, you can view your actual spending against the budget each month. The budgeting top in Zoho Expense is a great way for individuals to stay on track with their spending. They can set a spending limit for each category and receive notifications when they reach that limit. This feature is helpful for individuals who want to stay within a certain price range for their purchases.
Zoho Expense also includes a receipt scanner. This is a great feature because the scanner allows individuals to take pictures of their receipts and upload them to their account without having to type them in. It also protects the entries from being deleted accidentally. This feature is especially useful if individuals have multiple credit cards or need to track payments from a business expense account.
Zoho Expense also provides a useful feature called “fplowing.” With this feature, individuals can fplow other people using Zoho Expense, which will allow them to see what payments they have made. Fplowing can be useful if individuals need to reimburse others or if they want to review who was at an event that they attended. Individuals can also search individual names or company names within Zoho Expense if they need to find someone who donated money through Zoho Expense.
Patreon helps artists grow their audiences by connecting them directly with their fans. Artists on Patreon can post regular content updates about themselves, their projects, and more. They can also engage with their fans directly by answering questions about their work or offering feedback about projects they are interested in creating. Artists create profiles on Patreon that include information about themselves, their work, their goals, and what rewards they will provide for different levels of support (i.e., $1 per month for updates; $5 per month for exclusive content; $25 per month for Skype calls; etc..
Fans can then decide which projects they like best and pledge money toward those projects each month (or every time the artist creates new content. Supporters are charged automatically on the first of each month (or whenever new content is posted. Patrons cannot pay more than they choose; they must select the level of support they wish to provide at the beginning of each month (or whenever new content is posted. Most artists create new content every month (or every other month), but some only release new content once or twice a year.
Creators keep 90% of all revenue generated by their projects. If an artist raises $100 in a month, she gets $90 of that total ($10 goes to Patreon. Patrons are charged between 1% and 5% depending on their level of support ($1 per month gives patrons 2% off the top. Creators are never charged anything by Patreon itself; however, they do have to pay processing fees for any charges made through PayPal. These charges are usually around 3%. Therefore, if an artist receives 90% of her revenue, she would actually get about 88% of total revenue given that it has already been reduced by 2% due to PayPal processing fees. This means that if an artist raised $100 in a month, she would be paid approximately $87 after taking out PayPal processing fees ($90 – 2%.
Patreon creators are not required to share any of their financial information with anyone unless they choose to do so publicly. Creators are responsible for submitting tax documents every two months if they are making more than $600 per quarter ($1,200 annually. These tax forms are submitted online through Patreon’s tax reporting top. Creators are not required to share any financial information with Patreon itself unless there is a problem with payment processing or other issues regarding payments. However, creators who opt into sharing some financial information receive higher payouts than those who do not share any financial information with Patreon itself. This means that if an artist was able to raise $100 through Patreon each month, she would receive approximately $88 after taking out PayPal processing fees ($90 – 2% = $88. if she opted into sharing her financial information with Patreon itself ($100 – 2% = $98. If she opted out of sharing her financial information with Patreon itself, she would receive approximately $85 after taking out PayPal processing fees ($90 – 2% = $88. ($100 – 2% = $98. The difference between these two amounts is minimal (approximately 3%), but it does mean that the artist could receive slightly more income over time if she chooses to share her financial information with Patreon itself rather than opting out of doing so (approximately 3% more.
Overall, integration of Zoho Expense and Patreon could help customers save money because customers could pay one application (i.e., Zoho Expense. instead of paying two applications (i.e., Zoho Expense and Patreon. The integration could also lead customers to be more aware of where their money is going because they will have a better understanding of how much money they have spent through a single application (i.e., Zoho Expense. rather than through two different applications (i.e., Zoho Expense and Patreon.
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