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10-04-2017, 08:06 AM
In our business, I will on occassion hire a friend or family to help with a job. This is usually a one time event, which I will pay them less than $100 cash at the end of the day. Is there a way to write this off as a business expense even though I don't have a receipt for the transaction?

12-05-2017, 03:13 PM
This isn't audit-tested, but I write up a receipt for them, and make them sign at the bottom of the receipt indicating that they received a certain amount in US currency from me.

I include their full legal name, so if the IRS wants to investigate, they know who to talk to.

It might not hold up in an audit, or it might, but at least it shows effort to comply with the law.

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08-18-2019, 04:40 PM
Just come up with a receipt for $100 write off.

03-19-2021, 11:01 AM
The income Tax law provides for permissible cash expenses as deductible expenses for cash payments exceeding Rs 20,000 in a single day i.e. payment is made otherwise than by electronic clearing system or an account payee check or an account payee bank draft won't be permitted as a deductible expense

03-29-2021, 04:26 PM
As far as the IRS is concerned, a deduction is a deduction. It does not matter whether you pay by credit card, check, or out of a cash box. Just like other deductions, you still have to record the details of the purchase or payment. Generally speaking, cash payments made to vendors and others with whom you do business must still be substantiated if you want these cash payments to be deducted as expenses on your business tax return. Even small payments in cash should be paid through a petty cash fund, with appropriate documentation. You should call https://szwedaconsulting.com/ (https://szwedaconsulting.com/) for more information regarding taxes and money.

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05-08-2021, 03:42 PM
On the off chance that your business isn't paid for products or administrations gave, you'll probably encounter income issues. Without this capital, you can't make

05-22-2021, 12:03 AM
Since you have paid for an essential thing, similar to a mop or a few erasers, out of trivial money, you actually need documentation. Taking everything into account,

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