You owe it to yourself, and your business to develop a barometer to measure the potential success of your business.
An operation will survive when there is sufficient cash flow, but, what about when expenses are exceeding the income for a prolonged period?
A few hours of organization with a professional accountant/bookkeeper, could spur you on towards being knee deep in clover sooner than later.
Simply put, math is about solving problems and it plays such an integral part in our daily activities both personally and professionally, it’s no wonder why our high school math teachers were so intent on teaching us this very valuable language skill.
Being a business owner is not an easy role. Once a challenge is successfully resolved another takes its place. In working with small independent business owners, I have learned that would not give it up. The desire for continued independence is as strong in them as in the early settlers who declared their intent by the Declaration of Independence.
Where do you want to be in three months? Six months? Nine months? A year?
As the April 18th deadline for filing taxes looms on the horizon, you may be in the enviable position of having already filed your tax return. If you haven’t already filed, however, here are some last minute tips.
The easiest and most common method thieves use to steal someone’s identity is simply going through their garbage. Be very careful about what you throw away. Just because you tie up your garbage bag and have a secure lid on your can or dumpster doesn’t mean you are being as careful as you could be.
The first thing to remember that unless you make more than $400 in a year, you’re not required to pay the any self-employment taxes. You’ll notice that the threshold for requiring to pay is lower than the amount required for a client to provide you a 1099.
Being an artist or working in a creative industry as a freelancer isn’t always easy. Unless you’re fortunate enough to find steady clients and gigs,… Read More »To LLC or not to LLC: that is the question