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.
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.
An operation will survive when there is sufficient cash flow, but, what about when expenses are exceeding the income for a prolonged period?
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.
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
It’s not that your heart is two-sizes too small like the Grinch, but rather that your head might explode from all the year-end bookkeeping tasks… Read More »From Grinch to Glee – Make year end easier with these bookkeeping tips
Planning a cross-country move can become your worst nightmare! For starters, organizing a move like this will feel impossible… I mean, where do you even… Read More »Budgetary Moves That Will Move You Cross-Country
How to spring clean your finances
See you all in the New Year! MJ