Add IRS audit capabilities
tcreedon at easystreet.net
Wed Feb 15 12:39:58 EST 2012
Good idea. Using RO OpenAFS volumes would prevent accidental removal
But GIT might be better yet
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 8:30 AM, Derek Atkins <derek at ihtfp.com> wrote:
> On Wed, February 15, 2012 11:15 am, Ted Creedon wrote:
> > Being audited for 2 years, Gnucash is very helpful.
> > Suggestion, it would be helpful if receipts, check stubs and other
> > documents could be scanned in and made part of the transaction record.
> > Binary BLOBS would require a lot of database storage but the generated
> > report would be IRS proof.
> > The IRS wants the data sorted by account & date.
> > Just a thought.
> Patches always welcome.
> However I would suggest that it would just be easier to have your receipts
> scanned into a directory hierarchy that matches your accounts and then
> order your receipts by date. I honestly don't think GnuCash should have a
> scanner built-in -- xsane is pretty large, and I'm fairly sure does not
> have a good way to integrate.
> > Tedc
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