Successful entrepreneurs know their numbers. Do you? Not knowing your numbers can be a serious problem. I recorded this video for you to help you determine if you need a bookkeeper and then to share with you what a bookkeeper should be doing for you. View the latest episode of my video podcast:
Hey. You know what stinks? That stuck in debt feeling.
You what sucks even more? Not having a plan to pay it down.
Learn from marathon runners. These people freakin’ rock at paying down debt.
How do they do it?
Watch this vid-ee-oh! I should probably lose the orange headband though. Read the rest of this post »
You hope your investments are doing ok. You’ve owned those mutual funds since you were in 8th grade.
Your mutual funds have a little hair on them. Maybe a little fungus. Or a little bit of mold. Oy. Read the rest of this post »
In the latest in a series of interviews with local small business experts, I spoke with Victoria Brush E.A., who runs a tax and accounting practice here in Park Slope, Brooklyn NY (www.BrushTax.com ) Here are some highlights from our conversation and some good reasons NOT to do DIY accounting: Read the rest of this post »
Are you looking for an investment plan for your future?
Watch this video for tips from Justin Krane on how you can achieve your goals.
Hit snooze. Hit snooze again. Pretend you have nothing going on. Convince yourself that your bedhead is so bad that even a shower, rinse, or blow dry can’t tame your hair.
You get up, but then you are … Stuck. In. Bed. With some funky breath. Read the rest of this post »
Do you find yourself constantly or even obsessively checking your email all day long? Do you feel a sinking sense of dread and resentment every time you look at your inbox? If you’re like a lot of business owners I know, you probably wonder why people talk about email being a time saver, when in your world, it feels like a huge time eater! Read the rest of this post »
Lose 10 pounds if you just hold this magic lamp.
What does this magic lamp have to do with investing? Read the rest of this post »
Just when you feel like you’ve recovered from the rush and hubbub of the holidays, tax season is right around the corner. And when you run a small business out of your home, it can be hard to figure out what forms you need to fill out, what pieces of documentation are necessary and a myriad of other important details. One of the thorniest issues for many small business owners (after actually buckling down to DO the dreaded taxes, of course) is figuring out what expenses are deductible. Read the rest of this post »