• How to choose your accounting system

    This is one of the top questions I hear from entrepreneurs out there. And here’s my 2 cents. Cat Steal GIF from Cat GIFs First things first, you need to define what is important to you: a free service or a more robust paid service? If you’re all for DIY, and LOVE spreadsheets, as long […]

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  • 7 Working from Home Tips

    Due to COVID-19, a lot of folks have been working from home. A lot of people are struggling with the sudden change. I’ve been working from home for half a decade. I figure I should compile a few tips that I learned throughout the years to increase my productivity and make sure I have a […]

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  • DIY Bookkeeping Checklist

    How to organize and systemize your business finances. A lot of business owners and side-hustlers are DIY their books – and IMHO it’s all good, as long as you’re not letting this slip through the cracks. You went ahead and started your accounting system subscription. Got your Freshbooks or Wave for free or, went all […]

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  • Prioritization: the key to being productive

    I’m often asked “How do you stay productive” and “How do you prioritize”. I understand the urgency, and fear, of those questions. After all, I deal with my client’s finances, payroll, tax filling – one is never more important than the other. Looking back on my “Productivity: Working smarter and not harder“, you can find […]

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  • Money Mindset

    What the heck is that and why it is so important for your success. If you’re a little like me – you get a little overwhelmed with buzzwords and all the information you can get by simply googling it. Mindset has been everywhere recently – so many “foolproof” guides and courses. I always hesitant those […]

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  • Profit First: A Review

    For those who know me – I’m an avid reader. While fiction is my go-to, I try to sneak in a business book in between my readings. Profit First, by Mike Michalowicz, was my choice for the first non-fiction for the year. It’s a book about business, organization, and finances. For me, the idea of […]

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  • Tax Season: Getting those papers organized

    Tax season is here! And you might have a shoebox full of receipts to sort it out. On this post, let’s go over what is the IRS requirement for receipts, how to sort it out and tips – from me – to keep a filing system throughout the year. After all, a new decade asks […]

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  • Taxes for the Solopreneurs

    Understanding and Calculating your tax liability – a simplified system Taxes sure is a guarantee in life. When we are an employee, our employer will withhold and remit taxes to the government. When we work for ourselves, we’re responsible for paying taxes on our income. IRS defines self-employment tax as “a tax consisting of Social […]

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