QuickBooks is sponsoring this blog post, but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
If the above scene looks familiar to any of you then you’ve more than likely elbow deep in tax prep just like me. Tons of fun, right? At least I’m not tackling it alone this year! Like I said in my post with Intuit earlier this year delegating is a top priority for me this year; especially with tasks that I don’t love to do. Why? Because I’d rather spend my time and energy on things that I excel at and ask for help when I don’t excel at something.
Using QuickBooks Self-Employed the last few years has always helped me work smarter not harder during tax season. Like helping me find tax deductions, keeping my finances organized by capturing receipts, and categorizing my business expenses. Don’t believe me? QuickBooks Self-Employed users find an average of $4,340 in potential tax savings per year and more than $18,000 in deductions. Which is why I’m excited to partner with them on today’s sponsored post. So let’s walk through how I’m getting ready for taxes this year. Shall we?
Keeping organized has never been my jam, but QuickBooks Self-Employed makes that a thing of the past. With their Receipt Tracker it’s never been easier to keep all of my business receipts in one spot. It’s as simple as snapping a photo and uploading it to the QuickBooks Self-Employed app. With incredibly helpful tools like Receipt Tracker and Expense Finder™ QuickBooks Self-Employed and Turbo Tax Self-Employed have me covered across the board.
With me delegating some work and the tools from QuickBooks Self-Employed and TurboTax Self-Employed on my side tax season isn’t nearly as scary as it used to be!