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Deducting the Home Office
By: Marvin Mitchell
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    2006-01-18

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    Record Keeping

    To have good records, you must track your income and expenses.
    Federal law only allows you to deduct the business expenses that you can prove.
    In order to be able to prove you had a real and legitimate expense, you must
    keep records. These records simply track how much you really spent, where you
    spend it and why it was necessary to do so. These records will be golden proof
    of allowable expenditures if you are ever audited by the IRS. There is no
    particular method of bookkeeping you should use, however, it is important that
    you use a consistent method that clearly and accurately reflects all of your
    income and expenses.

    You may receive income from many different sources and your records will
    identify these sources so that you can separate business from non-business
    income and taxable from non-taxable income. It is also very easy to forget to
    record expenses, but you will find that if you record it when it happens, your
    records will never skip or incorrectly identify those expenses for which you may
    claim deductions.

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