For those of you who read my blog regularly know that I encourage businesses to hire a virtual bookkeeper. Outsourced bookkeeping offers free time to business owners, access to financial reports for growth, up-to-date record keeping for budgeting, and profitability.
It always blows me away at how time flies during the year. It feels like I was just thinking about getting clients ready for income tax season and now we are well past that. I continue to set goals for myself throughout the year; therefore, I wanted to encourage you to do the same.
I’d be one of the first to say that I’ve felt the aches of a business that hasn’t seen growth. I’ve been down on myself and everyone and everything around me because sometimes I feel working every single day doesn’t make my efforts move my business forward.
Semi-annual bookkeeping concerns slow down during the summer months. Every year I see a drop in business owners and entrepreneurs interested in their bookkeeping and accounting during the summer months.
Are you sitting at work thinking about ways to make money working from home? You are definitely not the only one.
For myself saying the term work-life balance often seems comical. My parent’s generation stayed at their job long term for retirement and stability purposes.
A new business owner may not feel the need to outsource bookkeeping. Many business owners I’ve encountered believe that should not be paying earned money to a bookkeeper. However, they soon realize bookkeeping is a serious role.
Travel Jealousy has weighed heavily on mind. The spring and new year always makes me think there should be some new adventure waiting for me.
If you’ve visited my site before you know that I help businesses achieve free time by taking care of their bookkeeping.
The spring deals of 2019 are here. I know that my family and I are always trying to find the best deals we can on every aspect of our lives. Springtime is a time of new growth and individuals shedding those winter months.
We are one month away from the income tax deadline. Many individuals and companies have gathered their information to use during this time of the year. Some find this time of the year to be stressful while others sail right by.
Does your work consider whether you are an introvert or extrovert? Honestly, it never crossed my mind until recently.