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Substantiating Your Business Expenses Is Critical to Keeping Them

By Gary A. Hensley, MBA, EA

By and large, the rules are straightforward:  the burden of substantiating the “income” of a taxpayer falls on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the burden of substantiating expenses (or deductions) falls totally on the taxpayer. 525 more words

Freelance Writers

Who do you want to be?

I’m so excited to tell you about todays post, like it’s a serious lightbulb moment for me. But first I want to give you a big brain dump of my ongoings at the moment so we can catch up. 626 more words

The Story


Now, it’s not like me to get controversial. It’s not at all like me to become confrontational. I am rubbish at confrontation, I clam up and get all wobbly and forget everything that I wanted to say. 690 more words


What is the cash flow quadrant?

If you read finances you must have heard about Robert Kyosaki and his rich dad poor dad series of books which center on teaching financial education. 500 more words


Swantsy: A Lesson in Finding Your Voice

Summary: Like a chick coming out of an egg, you must often fight to get yourself other there.

It all started in Amsterdam… (Pretty cool start to a story, I’d say) 415 more words


Fear Much?

“Fear is the concern over events that might happen in the future – we won’t have enough money, our children will get into trouble,  we will get old,  whatever.   289 more words