Not good at tracking your expenses? I know it’s a drag! But, here’s an idea! Get a credit card that you use only for business. Make sure the credit card categorizes expenses on the statement. Use the credit card for all your business activities and, viola, instant accounting system. If you absolutely need to pay cash then get in the habit of jotting those expenses down in your electronic day planner. Either way, using a combination of both methods will help you prevent forfeiting tax-time write-offs. #notsotaxingnow
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