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  2. Posted by Janice St.Clair on March 22, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    If you are given petty cash, I suggest keeping records: track purchases for the month or week on paper, save receipts, and present the records to your employers when requesting that the fund be replenished. Even if they trust you and don’t want to see it weekly, save the records. If anything goes sour later, you will want proof that you were being completely honest with their money. And being able to show that you are scrupulous with the little things can speak loudly for you if you are accused of something big.

    If you are paying with a credit card that they pay off, the math is done for you, but keep the receipts so you can show that the items purchased were work-related.

    Doing this not only protects you from suspicion, but from temptation!

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    • Many employers limit their nanny’s monthly budget. In those cases, it’s important to track expenses even if you’re paying by credit card. That’s especially true if a lot of your expenses are for entertainment, food, and other non-necessary things.

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