When you need an influx of money, most people will say the same thing; get another job. Right, fantastic idea, but there’s one issue; you already have a job, and it can be very stressful and tiring. So, adding another workload on top of that may kill you.
Investing is something you’ve probably heard of. You might even know a fair bit about it. However, if you’re in your teens, or your early 20s, you might think that you’re too young to start investing. Surely, you should enjoy your money for a little longer before you commit a portion of it to investments?
We all achieve a peaceful zen state in different ways. Some find it through yoga or meditation, others through working with their hands in time honored disciplines like sculpture or carpentry.
You can’t make an omelet without cracking a few eggs. The same goes for working, as you cannot make money without spending it. Everyone loses money on their way to work.
You know I love the side hustle and working for yourself, but let’s be real. It’s not all that easy. Let’s look at the real reality of hustling, self-employed or running a business.
In today’s economy, we could all benefit from earning more money. Am I right?
Starting a business and being a parent might not seem mutually exclusive. How are you ever going to find the time to start and run a company when you’re already raising a family? That’s true to some extent and there are a lot of businesses that you just wouldn’t be able to manage while you’re looking after your family.
As I have started consulting with small business owners, I have noticed that when people don’t treat a business as a business, it can cause mental stress and chaos for the whole family.
I love budgeting! However, for the past 3 years, it was very difficult for us to create a working budget. Why? All the jobs we worked were unsteady paychecks.
It’s tax season, so if you were working last year, and as boring as it is, you need to file taxes. So let’s talk the most common deductions and how to simplify your tax preparation…