File management may be one of the most mundane tasks when it comes to administrative duties, but properly organizing and storing documents and files will save a lot of time and manpower in the workplace. Occasionally you may need to retrieve a large number of files to check back on records if problems come up or to file a tax return, and being able to locate those files as soon as possible will help you to complete the task quickly and easily. The following tips will help you to effectively manage your files.
1) Keep Personal Expense Accounts Separate from Business Accounts
Personal expenses are not currently tax deductible, so you can save yourself time in the future if you keep all personal expense records separate. What exactly constitutes as a personal expense can sometimes fall into a grey zone, but an accountant should be able to help you out with extra advice.
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