Thank you for your feedback
If you're interested, here's our most recent blog posts ;)
You promised yourself you wouldn't wait until last minute to do your bookkeeping...but, here we are!
The tax due date is looming and you haven't even touched your bookkeeping.
To be quite honest, you don't even know where to start!
When you're just starting out, you don't need to outsource your bookkeeping.
You need to bootstrap and do it yourself!
But when it comes to figuring out how to DIY bookkeeping, the internet is pretty bare 😕
Which is why I've decided to step up and create the most epic guides for you to actually learn how to do your bookkeeping on your own...in an easy way!
1099-MISC forms are shrouded in confusion in the online world...or rather the whole US among business owners with contractors.
With so many different boxes, having to figure out who gets one, and calculating out how much you paid out, it can all seem like a super scary undertaking!
What is a W-9?
A W-9 is a form from the IRS that let's people know what type of business you have (sole proprietor, LLC, S Corp, C Corp, etc) and other important info like your business name, address, and EIN (Employer Identification Number).
Where to look & Pricing
Finding a bookkeeper can be tough if you don't know where to look, but I'm going to give you some tips and tricks to find the perfect bookkeeper for you.
The first thing to keep in mind is that bookkeepers are much like any other service-based businesses in regards to pricing.
Check Bank Balances
It's a good idea to always be aware of your bank balances. You'll know if you are getting low or sitting ok. Looking weekly also helps you see trends in your monthly finances. When do you have the most money in the bank? When do you get paid by most clients? When do most of your bills go out?
I feel like no one wants to admit they go to therapy. Or maybe that’s changing lately?
We all want to pretend we’re perfect, so that’s exactly what we show the world. But the truth is, we’ve all got baggage; in particular money baggage.
Many ladies in business are having their eyes opened to the fact that their money mindset stinks. Everyone’s talking about ‘working on it’ and you might be wondering if that just means writing 100 times on a chalk board:
The pressure was on. My 10 page lab paper was due the next day and there I was with only an outline, not even one page finished.
But I thrived under that pressure…with a looming due date.
I was unstoppable.
I sat on my tiny dorm bed with my laptop on my lap and I powered through that paper. I think it actually only took me an hour or two - which is funny considering the level of stress I’d allowed this paper to create for me.