Tagging expenses isn’t always black and white. You may purchase items for different purposes in the same transaction and need to tag them accordingly. For example, if you purchase a gift for a friend and a gift for a client at the same time, your friend’s gift would be a personal expense, but your client’s gift would be a deductible business expense. Or, if you purchase supplies for different businesses in one transaction, you may want to tag specific amounts to each business.
That’s why, in Hurdlr, you can split your expenses to ensure that your expenses and tax estimates are as accurate as possible.
In this video, you'll learn more about the various ways to split an expense in Hurdlr.