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.
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.
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?
Good financial recordkeeping gives you… um… well… the lack of a potential headache later on? Yes–that’s true. The old adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is not just true for the health of your body.
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.
Where do you want to be in three months? Six months? Nine months? A year?
How to spring clean your finances
See you all in the New Year! MJ
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