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What I Wish I’d Learned Sooner About Money

I graduated at the top of my class with a degree in Business Administration.  I took Accounting 101 and 102 and got "A"s in both.  My professors drilled this into my head:  "Find a good accountant." Alas.  That was a disastrously incomplete  lesson. What I wish I'd learned sooner: My money is my responsibility.  If it's my money, [...]

Here are Some Helpful Tips for Tax Time

Dreading tax time?  Take a deep breath, and reconsider.  Tax season can be a terrific opportunity to ramp up your business and profitability.  As you assemble your financial information, block out some time to... Clean up the accounting.  Like the back of a service truck, the accounting can get messy.  Extra accounts and rogue transactions.  Work with your bookkeeper and accountant [...]

Teamwork Makes The Dream Work

"Teamwork makes the dream work." ~Sh’niece Tabb Every now and then, I get an email or call from a client that reminds me of why I do what I do.  My mission, my why, is to expand peace, prosperity and freedom through honorable, profitable business.  When someone reaches out to me for help, they are [...]

You, Me and a Budget Spreadsheet

Budgeting.  UGH. I call it the "B Word" because so many people are resistant to the word BUDGETING. Nobody wants to Budget, right?  Budgeting is all about deprivation and doing without.  It's like...gulp...dieting. Budgeting doesn't have to be a soul-sucking, frustrating experience.  The way I teach it is fun, easy and powerful.  From Main Street [...]

Who Taught You Business Basics?

Business is pretty easy.  I wish we taught accounting and finance basics in sixth grade.  Alas, I didn’t even learn how to balance a checkbook during my high priced stint at a private college for a Business Administration degree.  However, once I learned business basics – stumbling through our family business and with the help of great [...]

How to Clean Up Your Payroll

I’ve spent a lot of time over the last 20 years helping people clean up financial messes.  The messy mess (the smelly smell for Sponge Bob fans) is payroll. Payroll entries are complicated.  There is the expense to you and the cash requirements and the amount you withhold, then submit, for payroll taxes for you and [...]