Return of the Classics: How to Organize Your Taxes

Spring is upon us, and the yearly dreary tax season also comes with the blooming of flowers. April 18th marks the IRS’ designated final filing deadline, and with only three months to get your documents in order, it can feel daunting to start sifting through your mountain of receipts. But if you break the process down into reasonable practices, organizing your receipts can be simple. Printing out your receipts in addition to digital entry is still the best method of keeping yourself accountable for an efficient, tidy tax record.

In today’s world, it’s easier than ever to digitize your entire tax process. However, as antiquated as this sounds, printing your receipts is still an excellent method of keeping a physical backup for your record-keeping. Keep every receipt you get and immediately enter them into a well-organized spreadsheet, and then put physical receipts in a folder labeled by the month and year. If you’ve had exposure to expense reports or are involved in your company receipts, you’ll be familiar with this workflow. And just like most companies, if you want to keep your documents accessible year after year, know that procrastination is your enemy and proactive physical record-keeping is your ally. Manual printing is a painstaking yet necessary process that everyone needs to use for the upcoming tax season.

Of course, to print out the receipts, you need a dependable printer and a supply of toner. Luckily, AllStuff has the best deals and catalogs for printers, ink cartridges, and toner. Our one-stop shop offers excellent prices on printers and toners to keep you prepared to print the receipts you need. We offer brand-name toners ranging from compatible staples such as the HP 83a, OEM heavy-hitters like the Kyocera Mita TK-1152, and much more. If you’re having trouble figuring out which printer or toner suits your needs, look at our helpful descriptions underneath each item to determine the best fit for your situation. For example, suppose you’re printing your receipts and using the printer for everyday household use. In that case, we recommend smaller models like the Kyocera EcoSys P5026CDW, designed for individual and small workgroup use.

Tax season is a pain for everyone, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. Arm yourself with the aforementioned best practices and the proper equipment to whip your receipts into shape for the April 18th deadline. Read our other articles for more helpful tips, and follow us on social media for the latest promotions.

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