Hi SUN! Just wanted to drop a line that might help out some when it comes to using your accountant during the upcoming tax year ahead. I save a lot of money for business accounting fees by setting up my paper work.... in a neat spiral notebook for my small business. I work out an expenditure/income sheet for the year in taxes with every single thing spent on the business: supply`s, maintenance, donations, mileage, etc.....to even self pay. I enclose that sheet as first page, followed by folder inserts with each month of the year where I put all receipts--separated with a paper clip and sticky note with explanation of what category they fall under. The last few inserts contain last years taxes, memberships, Business license fee`s, Bank Fee`s (if any) and any addition to business services. My accountant loves how easy it is to follow and I`ve only paid $100.00 bucks to have my taxes done each year. I thought that was pretty good for a business and wanted to pass the tip along to other entrepreneurs. I know we all pay dearly in taxes and if there is a way to save a little here or there, we all could use it. Hey, maybe this could be a new topic.