Does This Sound Familiar?
Are you the piano teacher who stuffs all of your purchase receipts into a shoebox throughout the year, and then gets overwhelmed and panics when it’s time to do your taxes?
Do you cringe at the thought of how much money you’re paying your CPA to go through all of those receipts and try to make sense of them?
Do you want to know exactly how much money you are spending on expenses each month so you can stick to your budget and keep more profit in your bank account, but you actually have no idea because your receipts are so disorganized?
Whether you’re reading this in March as you’re preparing your taxes, or reading in June when tax season seems so far away, staying on top of our purchase receipts is something we should be doing year-round! Today I’m going to show you a very simple way to stay on top of your expense receipts so you won’t have to cram or panic at the last minute.
Let’s get started!
**Disclaimer: I am not a CPA. I am not a tax professional. Please consult your own CPA or trusted financial professional with regards to tax-related decisions!
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