The New Year is upon us and we have a fresh start to take control of our finances and make changes for the better. If you’re feeling the looming pressure of getting your books together and filing your taxes, you’re not alone. Nearly every major news outlet will be...
What does fall have to do with making changes? Aside from maybe dressing a bit warmer, and adding pumpkin to your diet, adapting to changes and squirreling away come to mind.
Many factors contribute and affect the health of the financial world (not to mention our personal financial microcosm) like war; natural or weather disaster; psychology, theory, market greed, emotion, and panic; pandemic; civil unrest; and even complacency. Somehow, a solution emerges, we learn, we adapt, and we find a way forward. The Federal Reserve is the third central banking system in United States History, regulating financial institutions and managing the safety, flexibility, and stability of the monetary system.
What do cutting costs, finding extra income and saving have in common? Chances are they will help balance your budget, lower your money stress, and give you back some control for the unexpected.
During good money times and less than good times there are ways to beat the averages and be prepared for the unexpected. It is always the right time to start.
This Memorial Day let us also remember all of our Soldiers battling another type of enemy on the front line domestically and abroad.
We are in this together so here are some personal and business ideas we are using as we move forward. The “new normal” will be different from what we have been used to, and our priorities will change, however, our collective entrepreneurial spirits will find new solutions for these new times.
We are all in this together, and at MJB’s we want to do our part. Can we assist you with the heart of your business? Even if you have never needed to hire an external bookeeper resource, bookmark MJB’s Bookkeeping Solutions, LLC for the future.
Tax time is no one’s favorite time of year, so what I’m about to suggest may sound loopy, but hear me out. What if instead of “doing” our taxes once a year, we spread out the joy and “did” them every month?
The tools and habits for saving can be taught at an early age to help with their financial stability as an adult. Helping them be money smart
now will pay them the dividend of less money stress later.