I’ve yet to meet a founder that hasn’t confronted a limiting belief around money in their journey of entrepreneurial growth. To get your mind right with money, I encourage you to explore two mindsets: growth and abundance.
Whether you started your business before or after 2020, frustration may leave you in search of the easy answer. If you want to do business in a different way, read this.
We identified six common areas where we see CEO / Founders limit their own growth.
If you’re testing the entrepreneurial waters for a few months, here are some things to do.
The City of Los Angeles imposes a gross receipts tax on freelancers and businesses. You must file by the end of February annually, even if you’re not profitable or made no money.
1099s… Who needs them? Who owes them? When are they due? Get on track or get ahead using these best practices.
Although a 2-3% fee can feel steep, small businesses get huge cash management and customer experience benefits from making it easy to pay by credit card.
We tend to think of “paid leave” as a long-term hiatus for medical reasons. But, there are up to a dozen categories of paid leave that apply to business owners, perhaps even when you don’t have employees.
As the word “recession” ping pongs every more frequently around daily news reports, it’s a good moment to check with yourself on how it’s impacting your abundance mindset.
Understanding health benefits when you have 0-49 employees