A Collection of Web Pages About Tax Records
Business Record Retention
This page contains a collection of web pages I have selected to give you an overall understanding of business record retention, but first, a few brief points to consider.
By law, you need to keep your business record for a certain period after you have filed your tax returns. This period varies for different areas. For example, the IRS requires a period of 7 years.
For me, I keep each year separate with the tax returns and the notice of assessments. This allows me to easily retrieve the records in case of a government audit.
This post contains the information you need to organize records the event of an audit. You want to make sure you have all your records, failure to present documentation may cause fines and require tax payments for expenses you can’t prove.
Sections Included In This Post:
- How Long To Keep Business Records
- How Long To Keep Business Records After Closing Company
- How Long To Keep Payroll Records
- The Latest About Tax Records
- Books Related To Taxes
- Courses Related To Taxes
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