3 Ways The Self Employed Can Pay Themselves

3 Ways The Self Employed Can Pay Themselves One big decision every self-employed person needs to make is how are they going to pay themselves. You’re the boss and get to make the decision, but there are several things that could cloud your judgment. On one hand, maybe you take in all the income you…

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How To Aggressively Save For Retirement in Your 20s

How To Aggressively Save For Retirement in Your 20s Plenty of us are procrastinators. We procrastinate on going to the gym, doing the dishes, the laundry, heck – most of us procrastinate on our taxes!  These procrastinations often affect our life in minimal ways.  However, procrastinating on preparing for retirement can have huge negative consequences…

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3 Red Flags You Should Be Outsourcing

3 Red Flags You Should Be Outsourcing  You have worked so hard to build a business. You stayed up late after the kids went to bed, you then got up early to finish a project, maybe you even did some work during last year’s vaca. That is often the life of a business owner and…

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Truly Profit Plan for Entrepreneurs

Truly Profit Plan For Entrepreneurs If you are an entrepreneur just getting your business off the ground, organizing your finances is probably one of the most daunting tasks. Maybe you aren’t sure whether you are using Quickbooks right or you know something needs to be done for taxes…you just aren’t sure what??  There is a…

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5 Ways to Plan For Retirement And Your Wedding 

5 Ways to Plan For Retirement And Your Wedding    We know saving and planning for retirement is not the most fun conversation. They also appear to be two things you cannot do at the same time, save for a nest egg and retirement. If you are just starting out in your career, you may…

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6 Cash Flow Tips for First Time Self-Employed

6 Cash Flow Tips for First Time Self-Employed   Congratulations! You have taken a risk and dove headfirst into self-employment. It is an exciting time that can be filled with a lot of emotions. One common feeling many self-employed first-timers are nerves over money and cash flow. Nothing to fear! Many have come before you…

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How to Prepare Your Business For Your Retirement

How to Prepare Your Business For Your Retirement You’ve built your business from the ground up, successfully running it for years. Now what? Retirement may seem like a dreadful word for someone that worked so diligently to create a business, but it’s an important step in both your life and the life of your business.…

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3 Ways The Truly Profit Plan is Good For You And Your Business’ Health

3 Ways The Truly Profit Plan is Good For You And Your Business’ Health You’ve started your business and are reaping the rewards! Are you sure you’re maximizing the value of your business’ bottom line? For both your personal bank accounts and personal health? If you’re following traditional wisdom regarding your bottom line, you may…

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Accounting Tools Designed For The Entrepreneur

Accounting Tools Designed For The Entrepreneur To most entrepreneurs, accounting and bookkeeping bring about cold sweats or immediate stress.  Luckily, several highly functional accounting apps take the pain out of keeping accurate records, allowing for business owners to feel empowered and informed!   1. Wave  Built for the self-employed, Wave is an all-encompassing accounting and…

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