Travel expenses (meals, hotel, airfare, etc.) incurred this month related to business travel (leadership, regionals, convention, group meetings)
Check your vehicle mileage log to make sure you included all your workshops, trips to the bank or post office, travel to downline meetings, etc. that you did this month. - Record your DBWS subscription payment.
Record any utility expenses related to your business (long distance phone charges, etc., utility payments if you claim a home office deduction).
Any other items you purchased elsewhere for use in your business (postage stamps, copy paper, items to stamp on for a class, etc.)
If you don't have a record keeping system set up yet, take a look at this simple Income & Expense spreadsheet shared by Wendy Drodge that allows you to quickly and easily record your expenses each month.
Have a record keeping system that works well for you? Share it with the list to help others!
Taking Time For Business
Time is a manmade concept. It’s a little hard to swallow sometimes, particularly since everything in our lives seems to revolve around it.
Many times you hear excuses that there just isn’t enough time in the day to build your business.
Each day SUDSOL recommends one 15 minute task to work on to help build your business. These are achievable tasks that you absolutely can do.
Take 15 minutes from your lunch break, after dinner, before heading to work, or some other time that works into your schedule – and tackle just one small task to help build your business!
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