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Business records

Business records

rubbish tip or national heritage : proceedings of the annual conference of the Business Archives Council.

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Published by Business Archives Cncl. .
Written in English

Edition Notes

ContributionsAllan, Adrian R., Business Archives Council.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20249817M
ISBN 10095086451X

  A records retention program provides for the systematic review, retention and destruction of documents received or created in the course of business. It helps identify documents that need to be maintained and contain guidelines for how long certain documents should be kept and how they should be destroyed. A record retention program is Location: S Wadsworth Blvd #, Lakewood, , CO. You must keep records of your business income and expenses for your tax return if you’re self-employed as a: partner in a business partnership. You’ll also need to keep records of your.

The Business Record is proud to announce the 21st annual list of Forty Under 40 honorees. These 40 local business leaders, who were chosen by past award winners, are under the age of 40 and have demonstrated impressive career achievements and unparalleled community involvement. Notice Scheduled Maintenance. Due to routine maintenance, the following services will be unavailable between 6am and 3pm EST on Sunday, May 10th.. Business Entity Search & Document Order; Annual Report/Personal Property Tax Filings; Amendments to current businesses; Articles of Incorporation for a Religious Corporation; You may still Register a Business and/or Trade Name using the online system.

We recently sold our restaurant. The money we received was for all equipment, furniture, supplies, flooring, goodwill - basically everything (not the building as we did not own that). We used the majority of the money we received to pay back outstanding loans and other bills - i understand the remaining money is taxed as Capital Gains. I'm just trying to figure out how to record this on our books. Business Tax Record Book. TABLE OF CONTENTS addition to completing this record book, keep all receipts and supporting documents from both income and expenses. If you have any questions regarding this record book, please contact your tax preparer for assistance. 2 Business IncomeFile Size: KB.

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