We all know how we should be managing expenses, but sometimes our good intentions are forgotten in the busyness of, well, business. It’s easy to put a receipt aside and say, “I’ll deal with this later,” or do your own taxes so you don’t have to pay someone to do them. But the little shortcuts you take now could wind up costing you more in the end. Doing your own taxes can result in costly errors. Or putting that receipt aside could mean you lose it or forget about it, and then you can’t take advantage of a business deduction. Here are five things not to do when managing expenses.
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