Tax Solutions and Business Tips 
for Trucking Professionals
Why Are You Filling Out Cash Expense Records?
by Corey Kirkland

Whether you are just now making the transition from company to self-employed, or have owned your own business for years, a topic that is sometimes difficult to approach are deductions and how to communicate those on behalf of your business. Our Cash Expense Record sheets are meant to help you categorize the expenses you have, to give a clearer and more accurate idea of what is ordinary and necessary for your business, to operate in the most cost effective way possible. Just translate those receipts you have onto the sheet, and send them to us monthly. Sending those to us monthly ensures we are up to date with the most accurate idea of your business expenses.

Making sure that you have verification of the expense you are claiming is incredibly important! This is particularly true in the event your return is selected for an IRS audit.
Drivers save their receipts in different ways, but a great way to save space on the truck is to purchase a receipt scanner! Keep in mind that although your receipts may be stored electronically, it is important to keep the originals organized in a safe location as electronic receipts are not upheld in all IRS audits.

On the Road Recipes!
French Onion Pork Chops

4 boneless center cut pork chops thawed
1 can chicken broth (10.5 oz)
1 can french onion soup (10.5 oz)
1/2 cup sour cream

Pour chicken broth into bottom of crock pot.  Place pork chops in crock pot, cover and cook on low for 3 1/2 hours. In a separate bowl, mix french onion soup and sour cream.  After cooking, drain juices.  Pour the mixture on top of the pork chops, cover and cook on low for 30 more minutes.  

Below are the clients with whom we are celebrating a big anniversary of working together!  We appreciate you and your continued trust in us!

5 Years
Michael Adams
Mark Agard
Sung Lee
Joshua O'Brien
Michael Saindon
Leonard Smith
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10 Years
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