Good Record-keeping Helps New Business Owners Avoid Tax-time Headaches

Good Record-keeping Helps New Business Owners Avoid Tax-time Headaches

Plan Where And How You Will Set Up And Operate A Bounce House

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The addition of a bounce house to your child's party setting can ramp up the energy of your loved ones and guests and make certain that everyone has a blast while listening to music or participating in some competitive games. Use a series of guidelines to ensure that you have adequate space and power for a bounce house.

The Selection And The Space

Bounce houses comprise of all shapes and sizes. The number of occupants who can use a bounce house at any one time and the type of activities that an inflatable is designed for can be based on the amount of space that a bounce house will take up. First, review some popular bounce houses that will be appropriate for your child and their guests to use. Water-themed or non-water-themed bounce houses may feature inflatable steps, a canopy, activity centers, and more.

If you are trying to create a party setting that will be supportive of a group of guests using a rental bounce house and a group of guests playing other games at the same time, you will need to configure an area where the bounce house can be set up. Keep in mind, you or the party guests may want to have access to all sides of the inflatable. For this reason, you may need to allow for several feet of empty space along each side of the bounce house. Consider a central area for the installation, one that is free from fencing, yard ornaments, and other items that could potentially affect the use value of the bounce house.

The Utility Lines And The Power Supply

Underground water pipes, a septic system, and electrical wires could interfere with where a bounce house is best utilized. Mark where underground utilities are located. If you are uncertain about the location of materials, contact a local utility marking provider and request that they aid you in outlining where the underground materials are. The marking of these items will prevent you from setting up the bounce house over utility lines and wires. Many bounce house styles will require that stakes are used to hold down the edges of an inflatable. This will involve pressing the stakes deep into the ground, which could damage underground utility materials.

You will need to use a blower while operating a bounce house. A power source will be necessary to connect the blower. If you do not have an outdoor electrical source, check with a rental company, to determine if they have a generator or extension cords that you can reserve. 

For more information on bounce house rentals, contact a rental company. 


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Good Record-keeping Helps New Business Owners Avoid Tax-time Headaches

I have been a business owner for years, and I want to share some tips for success with new entrepreneurs out there who are struggling. I have had my share of business ups and downs, but there was one lesson that it took me way too long to learn: Good financial record-keeping year-long keeps tax time from being so stressful. During my first year in business, I kept most business expense receipts, but when tax time arrived, I found out that I needed to save much more than just those receipts. Thanks to technology, I was able to recover most of the documentation I needed, but it was a huge headache. I quickly invested in good record-keeping software and it made tax time much less stressful during the following years.