How to Let Your Piles Expire
One of my first memories of organizing must have been from elementary school when I was helping my parents organize the basement. We always joke that my dad has any electrical doo-dad you can think of “in stock.” He’s an electrical engineer and collects HAM radio and computer parts the way I collect mechanical pencils and click erasers. I had come across a box of computer cooling fans that he wasn’t ready to part with.
Even back then I not only organized just for fun…
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It's Tax Time–Do You Know Where Your Receipts Are?
Guest Blog (Video), Kacy Paide
The dreaded tax time is upon us! There's less than a month to file your taxes in the U.S. Have you started going through your receipts yet? Whether you do your own book keeping for your business or not (I really hope you are at least using an accountant to do your taxes if you are a business owner), having your receipts of expenses and income organized to easily find, review and record them is a MUST MUST MUST!
Today's blog includes a video by a friend and professional organizer, Kacy Paide, showing ways to organize your receipts for this year–and beyond– to make tax time a little bit less painful!
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