By Chris Kelly
We all know it’s a good idea to keep our private and professional lives separate – yet many business owners fail to apply the same rules to their finances. Luckily, we’ve come up with a guide explaining how to separate personal and business finances.
Why you should separate your personal and business finances
Intermingling your personal and business finances may seem like the easier option, but actually it can make things a lot more confusing, and may have harmful repercussions later on.
Separating your personal and business finances will make completing your tax return much simpler, as you’ll be able to easily identify and submit the correct figures without sifting through your personal finances. This will help you avoid costly mistakes and penalties.
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