"Hold on - you need to keep the paper receipts for every expense?"
We've all asked this question right before being lectured by our accountant for failing to meet this legal obligation. However in our defense, this task, in addition to being a surprising necessity, can be quite tedious.
Depending on your answer, you may belong to one of two camps: those who play the game by following all the rules to the letter, and those who have never heard of this requirement or who simply forget to keep track of all the paperwork. In either case, at the end of the month the infamous shoebox appears, overflowing with receipts, invoices, and other documentation, much to the dismay of your accountant.
Or at least that was the case before the arrival of probative value certification for your receipts.