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.
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.
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.
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.
The #bestpresents are the ones that are personal, meaningful, and create memories. They don’t have to break the bank. To give the #bestgifts ever with #spending in check, be #intentional and explore the recipients needs, wants, and desires.
What to do if the season dampens your income? Button up your finances with deals from Utility companys, Vendors who may offer skip a monthly payment, no cost Entertainment, and who doesn’t like Coupons! Discover your own seasonal savings and bargains.
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.
Plan now for the 2018 Tax Law changes. MJB’s Bookkeeping Solutions, LLC can help with organizing your personal or business books for a clearer economic path.
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.
Get a head start organizing Your taxes.
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?