Starting a small business can be tiring, but there is a simple way to improve your work-life balance so you can have your cake and eat it too.
Emma Bowlder for The Women’s Accountant will discuss the 5 business numbers you need to understand when running a small business.
When running a business, there’s one thing that tells you if you’re on track to success; that’s how much money you’re bringing in.
If you’ve thought of an idea for a business, that’s great! You shouldn’t have to spend the next several months trying to wrap your head around accounting software, legal structure and book-tending.
We’ve all got a money story, and it plays a part in shaping how we feel about and interact with our finances.
It’s extremely easy to fall into the “buy now, pay later” trap and rack up debt. Who wouldn’t love that?
Starting a business is like a race; you need competition to drive your forward, BUT if you fixate on other competitors too much, you can lose sight of the finish line.
Deep down we’ve all harboured the dream of going from an employee to an entrepreneur, transitioning from a worker bee, to a business owner.
If your business was born through a genuine passion, sometimes it can be hard to draw a line in the sand and distinguish whether it’s really a hobby or a business.
We’ve all heard the saying about family; you can’t live with them, you can’t live without them. But what do you do when you want to go into business with them?