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Normanby
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Any kind of receipt or invoice will do, either on paper or a soft copy.
Just needs the date, amount, name of seller and a description of the item.
Then file it away an forget about it until the ATO ask to see it, which they almost certainly won’t do, but you’re required to have it handy for some years, just in case.
Matt
http://www.nohassleaccounting.com.au