Budgets are an important financial planning tool, however most people fail at it. The reasons why may not surprise some, but may come as a shock to others.
A tax preparer works for you so treat it as if you are interviewing a potential employee–and ask these questions to find a professional worth working with.
While not required by law, you should have a separate bank account for your business. It keeps things organized and simply makes life easier.
Health insurance is confusing as all get-out! It’s worse when you’re self-employed. And if you’re married…Fuggedaboutit! These examples will help clarify things for you.
Think the costs of prepping for a big photo shoot, interview or self-made video is a reasonable business expense? Think Again!
Freelancers can’t afford to leave tax planning for the end of the year. Even then, most of the year-end tax tips are plain bad and not worth the time it takes to read.
Grocery delivery is hot right now and Instacart is the main player. Some call it revolutionary while others call it lazy. I have different reasons for not using it.
When you’re starting out in business, it’s ok to use a simple spreadsheet or check register to track your money. At some point you need to seriously consider moving to a more advanced platform.
General list posts are lame and provide no real value. Don’t worry, there are ways to take those failures and make them successes!