life of a programmer

Life insurance is an important part of your financial life if you support a family. Primary income earners, caretaking spouses, and other household contributors need life insurance to protect their family from an unexpected loss of income in most cases. Unless you have enough money saved to self-insure, you need life insurance. Follow along with […]

simple professional invoicing

I’ve been fortunate over the last several years to have clients who usually pay on time. There’s only been two — that I can vividly remember — who have paid late consistently. Managing late invoices are a drag, and it can also be discouraging. If you put in work for a client, you would hope […]

There are new tools for a business owner coming on the market every day. For small business owners, it can be overwhelming. You need to implement tools and systems that will help you compete in your market and stay afloat financially. But new business owners don’t always have a lot of money to invest in […]

productivity maze

No business wants to experience downtime. When you’re in manufacturing, the financial cost of downtime can be significant.  To satisfy your financial goals and keep your bottom line strong, you need to understand how much downtime is costing you as well as how you can reduce it. Calculating the Financial Cost of Downtime Research shows […]

Bad Debt Tax Deduction

As a business owner you already know there are lots of reasons to have debt. Equipment, licenses, rent or leases, advertising, and many other expenses can add up. Regardless of what makes up the debt it can be difficult to juggle multiple payment on a frequent basis. After all, just running a business can be […]

Finance for Business Owners

Your financial health and potential for building wealth are dependent on your habits. Short of winning the lottery or receiving a massive inheritance, the best financial habits involve those little decisions you make every day and every week. Developing these habits all at once is problematic. First, there is a steep learning curve. Second, not […]

juggling time

School children are taught how to tell time somewhere between the ages of 6 and 8. But simply teaching them to tell time doesn’t give them understanding of the value of time. Sure, from the time they are walking we teach them to hurry so we aren’t late. They learn that school, church, sports events, […]

money habits

Americans are stressed out about money. The statistics about Americans and money aren’t great in most cases; in 2015, 76% of CFP’s said that their clients number one financial stressors was healthcare costs. A 2016 survey of Baby Boomers revealed that 60% fear running out of money in retirement. And 30% of adults in the […]

State of Fintech 2017

On June 6, 2018, I participated in a program called FinX at the annual Center for Financial Services Innovation’s annual Emerge conference. Part of the conference included a pre-conference session called FinX. In FinX, I joined two other participants in a list of tasks including cashing a paycheck, sending a money transfer, using a pre-paid […]

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