I ran a very small business, doing drop shipments online.
Since I do drop-shipping, I have one receipt for every sale, which turns out to be a quite a lot of pages of invoices.
I have a credit card history that shows my purchases (one line per purchase). And I have the "My Orders" page on the website I purchase from (also one line per purchase). I printed both of those to PDF. Are these two enough if the IRS asks me to verify my Cost of Goods when I file taxes?
These documents show the order date, order number, name of person I shipped to, and the total amount. And these two documents should reconcile against each other.
Now, is that enough, or do I have to actually click on each order, and print out the whole invoice (one page per order)? That would be a huge amount of paper, but I'm a little worried that if I don't print it out, and the website I purchase from purges the older records, I'd be unable to retrieve them.
Thanks for any input.