Private tuition can be a big business in many areas around the world. Whether it is general mathematics, language, science or foreign language skills, there are thriving markets for skilled professionals who have the qualifications, experience and skills to serve the students community. But as a teacher you can be a challenge organization. If you have your own tutoring business, then you take the burden of the heavy filing. But even if you contract with external, third-party tutoring services, you still need to keep the same record and organizational skills. There are some fundamental steps to organize your filing cabinet.
Organize files by student. It is often important to have a dedicated file for each student. It helps you to see at a glance that where each student is, what has been done and a series of other key details.
Keep billing information organized. As a tutor, you can use third-party billing. Or, you can use templates and print invoices. Whatever the system, having a systematic, accessible billing system can save you a lot of time.
Arrange contact for tuition. Having an organized rollodex can end the hassle for those tutors, which require regular communication during a student’s session of the tuition session, or when it becomes necessary to call some calls in search of a new business.
Keep in touch for tuition services. You may often have to call your third-party planning services about policies, payments and more. It may be important to keep those phone numbers in hand.
Put the parents’ phone number on file. In many situations including scheduling changes, you may need to contact the parent of the small students. Having both home phone and cell phone data can help.
File tax related items. Being a good part of dedicated filing cabinet for tax filing will help to file annually.
Keep receipts for deducted expenses. As a tutor, you can often cut costs of federal and state tax returns. However, evidence is required for audit or other observation.
Keep things related to any other tax. It is easy to keep an eye on the year-round earnings to make an estimated quarterly payment.
Organize courses. The actual books and tuitioning material that a professional use also needs to be well organized. This works best when there is enough room and folders, dividers etc. to properly wrap the material.
Keep content accessible. Having books and handouts more often than the level of age, subject and skill often helps.
Label audio and video tools, etc. These large items can only be used to break the tissue from time to time, but it is important for you to track them and learn where they are.
Organize contracts, certificates, etc. All other applicable documents including qualifications and ongoing contracts also need to be a part of a well-stocked filing cabinet while tuition.