Export Expenses

Expensify saves your data as long as you have an Expensify account, but the ‘print to PDF’ and exporting reports as a CSV offer added value more than just saving. Both functions allow you to save, print, and back up your reports. A PDF allows you to send your reports to others as invoices. Exporting as a CSV gives you the ability to export your reports to your accounting system.

Save as a PDF

Only completed reports can be saved as a PDF. In doing so, all of the expenses, any attached receipts and all reports notes will be assembled in to a PDF file which can be sent to anyone or stored locally as a back up.

Also note that there are two different format options available for exporting to PDF. Single Table will display the expenses and categories in one table. Breakdown By Group will sort the expenses into different tables by category. This is useful if you have a lot of categories that are taking up too much room in a Single Table display. Also, you have the option to check the “Include Full Page Images in PDF” box if you would like to have larger receipt images attached to the exported PDF.

To export any report to a PDF:

  • Open the report you want to save
  • Click print to PDF along the top of the report
We will prompt you to save the PDF somewhere on your computer.


As a spreadsheet or CSV file

Spreadsheets or CSV files are useful for moving large chunks of expenses out of Expensify. This is great for when you want a batch file of all expenses to upload in to your accounting package. Both individual expenses and entire reports can be saved to a spreadsheet.

    • Go to the Reports page
    • Use the checkboxes to pick and choose which reports you want to export
    • Click the “export to…” button along the top of the table
    • Choose from the Default option or create a custom template and use formulas to tailor the spreadsheet for your accounting needs.


You can also export expenses to QuickBooks.