Business

what to do with excess money in your business

what to do with excess money in your business

While many entrepreneurs are simply focused on making enough money to support their biz and pay themselves, you have graduated to the point where you have more than you know what to do with.

Great problem, sister.

However, you want to ensure that all the work you put into earning those dollars isn’t for naught. Excess cash in the bank isn’t a free pass to start upgrading to first class or renting out office space you don’t need.

It’s a chance to start building even more financial freedom for you and an opportunity to scale your income to the next level.

when should i form an llc?

when should i form an llc?

You want to know something I probably shouldn’t tell you as someone who’s an “expert” in this field?

I waited WAY too long to form an LLC for my business.

I started my company as we all do, in a whirlwind of ideas and social media marketing, trying to figure out how to create a website and attract clients.

And once everything was up & running, I was also up. And RUNNING.

5 Things EVERY Business Checking Account Needs

5 Things EVERY Business Checking Account Needs

At the start of 2019, I officially got official – I put on my big girl pants, registered for LLCs, and opened my FIRST EVER business bank accounts for both my real estate business AND Britt & the Benjamins. I now have so many debit & credit cards, I need two wallets.

Seriously.

However, while I wrote a post a while back telling you WHY you need to get a business bank account, I didn’t divulge the HOW, i.e. the laundry list of items to look for when you decide your business is ready to put on its big girl pants, too.

Q&A: Answers to the 5 Most Burning Questions for Female Entrepreneurs

Q&A: Answers to the 5 Most Burning Questions for Female Entrepreneurs

I would say that 90% of the questions I receive from entrepreneurs center around one thing: taxes.

And I get it. They are confusing. And always changing. And sometimes extremely boring.

Trust me, I’ve done hundreds in my lifetime. I should know.

Which is why I hopped on Instagram to ask you what your biggest tax question is, and girl, here are your answers:

one simple action to get ahead in business (& in life)

one simple action to get ahead in business (& in life)

If you’re anything like me, your world seems to reside in a state of constant movement. I work 50 hours per week at my full-time job, spend my spare time renovating properties or working on my business, and somehow manage to squeeze in time to pop a Stouffeur’s in the oven for the Keithster and I while we drink wine on the couch & catch-up on our day.

It’s like being the child of Olivia Pope & Leslie Knope in the best & worst kinds of way.