THE SEVEN RULES OF GOOD RECORDKEEPING
I. Track income from each parent and the Child and Adult care Food Program.
II. Save the receipts for all business and personal purchases.
III. Mark what each item is on the receipt.
IV. Organize receipts by category, not month.
V. Keep track of how much time – each week – you use your home for business.
VI. Conduct a regular review (at least monthly) of your records.
VII. After filing your tax return, keep your records in a safe place for at least 7 years.
Use our e-book *Recordkeeping and Taxes* to help give you ideas. What little time you have for administrative tasks needs to be as efficient as possible. That means getting filing done, setting up new files, and keeping mileage logs up to date. Receipts, don’t forget receipts. File them by subject.best chromecast apps 2017
For more than 30 years R. Patrick Michael has been preparing tax returns for individuals, small businesses, cottage industries and in-home child care providers. Pat is a recognized child care provider tax expert, and has been providing educational seminars for child care providers in San Diego County for the YMCA Child Resource Services for more than 18 years. Pat and his team have built a following that is comprised of long-term clients, new relationships and word-of-mouth referrals. Child Care Tax Specialists take care of their clients year-round with tax preparation, business entity creation and support, as well as tax planning for retirement, and estate planning.
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