Time to Check It!
How Do I spend My Tax Refund?
I cannot believe we are almost in the middle of the year. I was thinking about how the year just started. I mean before you know, you will be filing taxes again.
You don't want to wait until the tax season comes and guess what you are paying or your refund. There are simple ways for you to check these things out before you find yourself scrambling during tax season.
What is in your Emergency Fund?
We are still in tax season, and there are many receiving anywhere from $8k to $15k in a refund from the IRS. It is tempting to go on vacations, to go shopping or spend it frivolously. I don't want you to spend the money without planning for hardships later this year. Here are three ways you can use your refund to make money throughout the year.
Fear is your fuel
Everyone should have emergency savings, whether you are making $20k a year or $400k a year. Emergency funds are great to have in case of loss of a job, unexpected illness or an unexpected expense. The key to having emergency funds is to cover your monthly living expenses or prevent you from invading your living expenses to pay that unexpected bill.
Accounting Lessons from Natural Hair
Make fear your fuel.
Fear can paralyze you or fuel you to make a change in your life. Many of us are trying to figure out how to get the life we so desire, and not lose what we worked so hard to obtain. The fear to change the way we do business or seek to live our best life can cause us just to stay stuck. One day we will look back wondering where the time went.
Your Character and Your Business
Now, I am a creative writer so, always be prepared on my blogs to learn accounting tips, strategies, and financial tips through creative prose. I love reading, at the same time I am so over reading the three step professional blog, that doesn’t speak loud in my memory. Let’s face it, people only need 20 seconds these days to determine if you are boring or a hoot to hang with. I choose to become the hoot. So, you are going to hear a small story get three tips in this post, and I hope it starts you looking at your monies differently in 2019.
There are options Entrepreneurs!
People often think starting a business is about the needed resources and setup, and they completely forget about the need for the person behind the business. Businesses all over the world fail daily because of a CEO having character flaws that have affected the business. We can look at several companies with these issues over the years, businesses such as Enron, Microsystems, Kmart, etc. These companies did not fail because they weren’t making money; they failed because of the character of those running the companies.
Logo and Branding Futuristic
Have you considered asking your current employer about contract or flex opportunities instead of your current 9–5 position? We often don’t ask about alternative opportunities, but many companies today are creating alternative positions for those who are seeking career shifts or have family needs.
The contract and flex opportunities can be liberating. There are three things these opportunities can provide:
What I learned from a homeless man
Emerging entrepreneurs, start at the end of your vision and build back to the beginning.
I know this may sound crazy to you. I have had tons of people say, “What are you talking about?” Start at the end of your entrepreneurial vision, and then go to the beginning. Remember that when God created the Earth, he saw its end and build it from the beginning. God made man because God knew the end of his adversary would take a creative force that can dwell in the world God cast him too. God did not form us just for us; he had the result in mind for his enemy: man.
Hey My creative loves! I am always thinking of ways to teach and empower you to pursue your dreams and succeed in business. The story I am going to share changed my perspective about homelessness.
I recall life lessons I have learned from a homeless man I saw everyday for four years. These lessons will help you as you are designing and constructing your businesses.