Even though I was technically savvy in the 90’s, I no longer pay attention to any technology trend unless it really makes my life easier, less … Read More!
Merra Lee Moffitt, CFP®, AWMA®, CMFC® By now, your summer vacations have faded away into fond memories. You’re seeing the leaves start to change and probably … Read More!
As self employed, we’re pulled in two directions. We want better income from being self employed, yet we want our self employed taxes to be as low as practical. But the more dollars in your paycheck, the more self employed taxes you pay. Fortunately, there are common regular and necessary expenses in your business that have direct benefit to your family. This hidden paycheck is part of what makes being self employed worth the effort.
If we want next year to be better than this year (and who doesn’t), we need to develop a plan to make that happen. As business owner, business coach and financial planner I use the following wrap up / ramp up process to build my own progress and recommend these steps to my business-owner clients as well.