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Taxes

The start of this year’s tax season is just around the corner. According to the IRS, the earliest date you can file income taxes this year is January 29, 2018. Without filing an extension the latest date to file is April, 17, 2018. But the refunds of some people could be gone before they ever […]

Automate Your Finances

So you want to start a business. You’ve probably thought out your idea thoroughly, and you might even have a business plan drafted. You’ve likely spent the last several weeks, or months, or even years thinking about the ins and outs of running your business, including all the expenses you’re going to face, the revenue […]

credit cards to ecash

One of the biggest hurdles to starting a business is generating enough capital to make the initial investment. Even if you have a fantastic idea, with a clear path to revenue and growth, if you don’t have the cash to get that momentum started, you might never bring your business to life. So the real […]

analyze your taxes

Happy New Year! While you are working to nurse off that hangover or catch up on sleep, last year is over and it’s time to start thinking about one of two of life’s biggest guarantees: taxes. While you may not be as excited about your taxes as this money nerd, tax season is a great […]

analyze your taxes

I recently attended an ICO conference in Santa Monica, California, where the entire day was filled with excited discussions about the potential of launching a new cryptocurrency as a fundraising effort instead of a traditional IPO. Regulatory issues abound in this high-risk space, but one thing we did not talk about was taxes. Taxes are […]

Raise Your Rates

One of the greatest assets you have in both your business and personal is the ability to earn more money and give yourself a raise each year. There is no cap on your earning potential, and when you run your own business you don’t have to worry about red tape. As a business owner, all […]

We like to think everything’s going well with the economy. And it might be. But that doesn’t mean that there won’t be another recession. Indeed, you need to prepare your business for the next economic downturn. However, you also need to make sure your personal finances are properly prepared for the next economic downturn. Without […]

Budgeting TIps

Keeping an eagle eye on your business and personal finances while self-employed is highly important. When your business is having a cash flow problem your wallet is also having a cash flow problem. Here are ways to rock your business and personal finances while running your own show: Overplan for Emergencies Your household’s emergency savings […]

travel for vacation

Growing up in family where we hosted everything from birthday parties to Christmas gatherings to Fourth of July barbecues, it’s just in my DNA to host parties. The problem? Hosting a party can get ridiculously expensive – particularly when you’re trying to budget and for an upcoming holiday. Over the years, however, I’ve learned how […]

Save Money today

How much do you think your car affects your finances? While we can’t drive without insurance, gas, taxes, or maintenance, we do have control over much of our automotive spending. And while all of those ancillary costs of car ownership add up, the biggest cost of all is buying or leasing a new car. Keeping […]

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