SMALL BIZ TIPS
A 20-minute guest lecture for the W.P. Carey School of Business (ASU) on the topic of WordPress Development and my experience as a web designer .
In 2012 I set out to start my freelancing career. Its started out as a back-office service company landing mostly low paying bookkeeping gigs. By 2016 I had launched several new ventures and closed a few as well. I have expanded services, developed resale products, opened up online marketplaces and more. I have learned a few basic business principles about being a successful freelancer and so I put together this infographic to help share these principles.
Have things slowed down for you lately? Or are you still waiting for your business to take off? I have found that these 4 basic principles really help you to keep moving forward.
Do you realize that if you are a freelancer or a small business, you can still have an edge over those big agencies and corporations? Here’s how!
On a recent podcast episode of Divi Nation, I was invited to be a guest host with Nathan Weller. We talk about what exactly a Divi Consultant is and how to succeed as one.
Whether you are conducting a reference check or are asked to provide a reference or employment verification, it is important to handle these requests with care. In this tip, we provide some do’s and don’ts to follow when seeking and providing references and employment verification.
When starting your own freelancing business, it can be overwhelming trying to remember so many different tax schedules, accounting schedules, web maintenance schedules, payroll deadlines and more. Especially if you provide services to multiple clients on a daily basis. In this article we share some great ways and tools to help you master the art of managing multiple tasks for multiple clients.
Here are some tips I picked up from a pamphlet I came across last year written by Richard Hammar, JD, LLM, CPA regarding 7 things every church member needs to know.
There comes a point when even the most routing tasks eventually become too much for business owners to handle themselves. There is probably no area in which this applies more than bookkeeping.