Sole proprietor Business gets paid in cash, Is 100% accuracy important ? Does IRS require copies of invoices and receipts? ?
I am Sole proprietor for a Lawn care/junk removal business registered in Maryland, formed the business in 2019.
Majority of customers pay using cash, sometimes Cashapp. I just track the money best as I can ,boyfriend does the lawn work, he pays helpers using cash.Invoices are used only on larger jobs. We have receipts for lawn equipment purchased last year, purchased with cash. Some items were purchased used from neighbors without any receipts. Are homemade receipts accepted?I use a spreadsheet to keep track of the cash, I know the cash flow reported is not 100% accurate all the time.What forms do I need to file? How do I report expenses and income?Does the IRS need copies of invoices and receipts as proof? Or, Is just a spreadsheet enough? Expenses exceeded income, what should I expect when that happens.I work a 9-5 too, w-2 employee.4 AnswersOther - Business & Finance2 months ago
If you ve ever volunteered for a non-profit (short term or long term) , what were your volunteer duties?3 AnswersGovernment & Non-Profit1 year ago
I am a volunteer for a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization. This is a fairly new, small nonprofit currently with 4 active members that support youth in the local community. We need a utility van for block clean ups and other projects. Is asking a local dealership for help a good idea? We accept donations of any kind. I can't imagine a dealership giving a van away as a donation to a small organization. If anyone has any experience or advice on this or what we should include in the donation letter, please share your ideas. Thanks7 AnswersGovernment & Non-Profit1 year ago
If it’s a job where you do not see the managers often ,and only see them about once a month. Would it be acceptable to tell them though email and not in person?16 AnswersEtiquette2 years ago
I have been working for this company part time for over a year. I was being paid ten dollars less than my coworkers who are also part time and have the same position. About two weeks ago, my manager posted the job under a different title, interviewed me and outside candidates, and hired me internally, so that I could be paid the same as my coworkers who have the same job as me. Recently, I was offered a full time position with another company. Now I feel bad because my manager went through hiring me internally so that I could be paid the same as my coworkers. I feel bad, because I put them through job searching and hiring me internally. But, I was just offered something better my first full time job.
I would like to see a manager or recruiter's point of view on this situation. , Should I feel bad for leaving when my job just hired me internally?5 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment3 years ago
the shoes in the top photo1 AnswerFashion & Accessories3 years ago
I have anxiety especially at work and social situations, and my doctors appointment with a mental health specialist is a month away. I don't always show physical symptoms of it but I feel it. Based on your experience, Would the ER help, or prescribe me any medication, I'm afraid they will turn me away. I live in the US. the urgent care facility said they don't treat it.3 AnswersMental Health3 years ago
My older, elderly cousin has moved in to my house temporarily until she finds her own place. When she walks around the house I can smell her,foul odor. I don't know how to tell her. There are hygiene products in the house she even purchased her own.6 AnswersEtiquette3 years ago
I am renting out a house. I gave a tour to a prospective tenant, but they haven't filled out an application. They just notified me today they're still interested. I Selected another tenant who completed all the paperwork I needed, and this person will be moving in this week. What's a good way of telling the first person the house is not available anymore? Do you typically give them the reason why it's not available? Thanks, I just want to use proper etiquette37 AnswersRenting & Real Estate3 years ago
Buyer has bought one item, stated he will pay for that item once I send a revised invoice, but messaged me stating he wants other items I have listed to buy, and combined with that order. The other items are not listed as "sold", he hasn't bought those items. How do I combine all of the items he wants to an invoice?2 AnswersSmall Business3 years ago