You spent a couple hundred grand on your rig. You keep it greased and oiled. You keep on top of all the safety features such as lights, brakes and tires. You take the time to keep that baby clean and lookin’ its best. And all this is done to keep that machine runnin’ so you can make a living, right?
The pace of technological development never seems to stand still. It’s fascinating to watch over time as different technologies emerge, become accepted, are refined and finally converge, often only to begin the process over again. As communications technology itself improves, this four-step process seems to move ever-faster.
Tax time is approaching again and it’s time to round up your receipts and get ready for tax time. Hopefully you have gotten a computer and are using it to track your business so tax time will just be a matter of clicking a couple buttons and printing out a Profit & Loss statement and a Balance Sheet. If you are, we have a couple tips for you; if you aren’t here’s what you need to do to get ready for taxes.
Participants in the Homeward Bound program stand in front of a Gordon Trucking trailer. From left, they are Jon Kauten, a Gordon driver; Sgt. Mike Eggleston of the Washington State Patrol; Trooper Renee Padgett of the WSP; Luci Stewart, WSP Missing Persons Unit Manager; an unidentified member of the Kittitas, Wash., police department, and Kim Takacs, Gordon Trucking logistics coordinator and executive assistant. (Courtesy: GORDON TRUCKING)