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.
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?
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But what makes us the way we are? Why do we spend how we spend? Save (or not save) as we do? The answer is as simple – or complex – as the reasoning behind everything else we do: we’re fueled by emotions, and we act accordingly, at least the best way we know how.
Delegating and outsourcing are probably keywords in your vocabulary, however surprisingly, some entrepreneurs still neglect the accounting, intentionally or not, risking the very life of the business.
Accountancy is all about the numbers, achieving offensive/defensive balance, and being able to quickly adjust to change.
You want to know if you are getting paid for your hard work – where, how much and when your money is coming and going, and most importantly what’s left for you. Class tracking is a great tool to do this.
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.
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