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Consult an accountant and learn what records you need to keep. Then keep them up to date.

This includes all expenses of researching and starting your business. You’ll want the records at tax time.

If you hate record-keeping, you probably won’t do it. Find a bookkeeper. You can hire one who works out of their own office to work for you a few hours a week.

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