Accounting was once a practice of hunching over a desk, surrounded by stacks of papers and calculators, trying to make the numbers work. Even though most businesses have at least moved their accounts from paper ledgers to spreadsheets, many are still spending more time and money than they need by not investing in accounting software.
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When people consider starting their own business, most get stuck thinking about large upfront investments and wondering how long it will take to get their first customer. However, many small businesses can be started from your own home with little or no investment – and most people overlook one of the most obvious ways to
When you’re new to investing, it can seem pretty daunting. It might even seem scary. Yet investing can actually be a lot of fun, and of course, when you do it well, it can provide you with a good return, much higher than you would find in a traditional savings account. The key, of course,
In 2003, I first heard about digital banks like Up and Chime and how they were offering so much better interest than all the brick-and-mortar banks. At the time, I felt extremely uncertain about investing my hard-earned money in a bank that I couldn’t see and touch if I wanted to get my money out.
There are several reasons why you may want to set up an online business. One of the most appealing things about running an online business is the freedom it offers. Having gone through this several times ourselves, we thought it would be helpful to share a guide on how to set up on an online
“Who is hiring during Coronavirus?” This is a question being asked by millions of people who have lost their job due to COVID-19. All of us have dear friends and family that will be affected – including me. My mother lost her job of 20+ years three weeks ago when her employer had to shut
We are in a period of uncertainty and fear. Many of us are going through changes to how we live and work. Some changes are relatively minor like not being able to dine out, while other people are struggling to balance childcare and work, and others are experiencing the pain of job loss. Whatever your
For the early planners, the IRS announced updated 2020 income tax rates this week. There are 6 federal income tax brackets for 2020 – 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, and 37%. The standard deduction for married couples filing jointly will rise from $24,400 to $24,800 for the tax year 2020. For single taxpayers and married
Last week, I walked out of the grocery store to my car with a bag of groceries in one hand and my phone, wallet and a pack of gum in the other. As soon as I saw the gum, I thought, “Shoot, I didn’t pay for this!” I was immediately struck with guilt and knew
During a stroll through Twitter one day, I happened upon an interesting tweet that was liked by Chewy.com (the online pet store where we purchase a lot of food for our pet bunny). I was struck by it and thought, “what a great way to land a job!”: If you’re a customer of Chewy, you