Every year you do a lot for your business, and much of it costs money. You can use those expenses to save money on your taxes. The IRS lets you take deductions, which are business expenses that are legally permissible […]
Not Business As Usual
The August Journal is full of links, charts and topics about current financial topics affecting small businesses and nonprofits.
It’s a mobile world out there, and there’s nothing like your phone or tablet for ease of use and quick reference. I find it necessary to have all of the following apps on my phone for different things: bookkeeping, documentation, […]
I like to keep things simple when I can! This series is all about simple expense tracking, business, personal or BOTH. It shows you tricks to find out what you spend, and keep track of it from year to year. […]
What are you doing to protect your accounts online? These five basic tips can help you keep your financial information more secure. As a bookkeeper I deal with security every day, and these are the top things I do for client security.
The July Journal is full of links, charts and topics about curent financial topics affecting small businesses and nonprofits.
I’m always interested in hearing people talk about their money in my usual curious, non-judgmental way, because I’m interested in people. However, talking about their money is definitely not something that most people like to do. A lot of mystery […]
This is my review of Art, Inc: The Essential Guide for Building Your Career as an Artist by Lisa Congdon and edited by Meg Mateo Ilasco I finally got around to reading Art, Inc. by Lisa Congdon, a really well-recommended […]
June 1, 2020 June Financial Update It’s June, and the start of summer. This is usually a rest time for accountants, time to get caught up on projects and do business development. This year it’s the final push in federal […]
What makes a good remote office? Happy Bookkeeping has always been a virtual office – we talk about what makes it work, why we do it, and what we use.
What is a financial coach? In today’s complex financial world, people are actively seeking advice about money. A financial coach helps you plan, holds you accountable, and contributes to your financial well-being.
A resource page for small nonprofit businesses, with special sections for starting a nonprofit, nonprofit finance & goernance, nonprofit technology & more.
This is a resource page for new and existing small businesses, with special sections for freelancers, women andminority owned businesses, creatives, & more.