A common question I get asked is how to make an extra $1000 a month. I understand how frustrating it is working paycheck to paycheck. Yet, most people do not know how to get started with a new side hustle.
Interested in becoming a freelancer with no experience? You probably have multiple questions running through your mind. You are not alone!
My family and I frequent San Diego, California. In the last decade of visiting San Diego, we have found local beaches, entertainment, and food never to be disappointing.
I am going to start off by saying that income taxes do not go smoothly without the help of good bookkeeping practices in place.
It wasn’t until I was desperately seeking a change in my life that I turned to blogging. One thing I quickly learned is that blogging isn’t enough when you need to make money.
The excitement of starting a business doesn’t always allow us to put our best effort forward. Maybe we just don’t attract the people we are trying to sell to. It can be easy to sabotage ourselves.
As consumers we don’t want to feel the stresses of debt–we want to eliminate or reduce debt. It is simple to get into debt, but often difficult to get out of debt. Debt can take only days to acquire yet debt can take years to payoff.
I have been a small business owner for nine years. Being a small business owner did not come easy and I still hustle daily. The first business I started nine years ago showed me the ropes.
Bookkeepers keep track of revenue and expenses. It doesn’t matter what type of company you have or what industry you are in, a bookkeeper will help you maintain a day-to-day breakdown of your business.
August is one of those months that brings around remembrance of school years past. August means more than half the year is gone and before long the holidays will be upon us.
If your family is anything like mine, you have already started the back to school hustle. We have cleaned rooms to make space for new books and supplies, scheduled appointments for glasses, haircuts, and immunization shots.
Children and teens with autism going to school often need repetition in their days. Helping to prepare them for school makes for an easier year ahead. Preparing an autistic child for school doesn’t have to be difficult, it can sometimes be fun and give you and your child quality time together.