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Track Your IRS Business Expenses with Harvest

As a follow-up to our article in June by Harvest user Jennifer about Simplifying Your Estimated Tax Process with Harvest, we’ve got another fine customer who wrote us about a parallel, but different issue: tracking IRS business expenses.

Kevin McGee, a freelance Technology Writer and Content Developer in the Bay Area, was kind enough to share with us his step by step system of using Harvest to record and report his IRS business expenses.

A huge thanks to Kevin for sharing this detailed 3-page rundown with the rest of the Harvest community – it’s available by PDF download, with screenshots and easy-to-follow descriptions.

We love hearing about the innovative ways people are using Harvest to meet their needs, so if you’d like to share a tip from your small business, let us know!

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This was posted in Expense Tracking, Harvest Tips, Small Business 101.
  • Hi Guys,

    I’ve used Harvest for myself and 3 employees about a year and a half now, mostly positively.

    Now I’ve just opened up Harvest and would like to export my clients names and email addresses so I can send them all an email. Seems like a pretty straight forward and necessary feature.

    I can’t find any option for this? Can you let me know how I can do this.

    Thanks
    Michael

  • No response in 11 days? Come on Harvest, you can do better than that for your paying customers.

  • Hey Michael, sorry about the late response – we seemed to have missed your comment! For immediate support, I’d suggest writing directly into our support team here:

    http://www.getharvest.com/help/contact

    I’ll write you an email now about the issue you’re describing.

  • Hi Shawn,

    I did send a message to harvest straight after this 2nd comment. I received no response though and still haven’t heard from you.

  • My apologies, I just checked my spam and found it in there from the 26th August. Thanks for the response.

  • Rob Horsley on September 9, 2009

    thanks so much for this post. I’m going to start using this system to track my Schedule C expenses. Let me know if there are new improvements in Harvest to help this process.

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