Business

Put Your Money in Its Place: A Lesson in Allocating Your Cash

Have you ever wondered how much you’re supposed to be spending in your business?

Whether your spending is normal? Too much? Not investing enough back in?

Figuring out that sweet spot can be as frustrating as a flight delay after a long trip, but today, I bring you good news:

I’ve got a plan on exactly how to divide up your income so that your bills are paid, taxes are covered, and you actually get paid.

How to Manage Your Money as a New Entrepreneur (Part 4): Tracking Income & Expenses

How to Manage Your Money as a New Entrepreneur (Part 4): Tracking Income & Expenses

When it comes to managing the money in your business, you want to ensure that you are tracking your income and expenses like you once tracked down the name, age, and shoe size of the girl your ex started dating.

Why?

Because you want to have enough cash to fund your business AND pay yourself.

Know what service is making you the most money and what you should send packing.

See where you’re overspending.

How to Manage Your Money as a New Entrepreneur (Part 3): How Should I Pay Myself?

How to Manage Your Money as a New Entrepreneur (Part 3): How Should I Pay Myself?

You hustled, created a kicka$$ social media strategy, pitched to some clients, and now have money flowing into your business. But how much of that should you actually be funneling back to you?

Great question. But what most entrepreneurs don’t realize is that this isn’t just a matter of determining how much to pay yourself.

It’s also discussion on how to go about making those payments.

How to Manage Your Money as a New Entrepreneur (Part 2): What Taxes Do I Have to Pay?

How to Manage Your Money as a New Entrepreneur (Part 2): What Taxes Do I Have to Pay?

Struggling to determine which business taxes you have to pay, when those business taxes are due, and how to maximize your deductions to save the most come tax time?

I’m here to simplify it all for you.

Taxes can be confusing, but this post will help you understand the basics so that you ensure you a) stay legal and b) hopefully save some substantial money (tax-planning strategies are a real thing, lady! I use them every year to help keep more in my pocket and less in the government’s).