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How to Know if You Need a Bookkeeper: Key Signs to Look For

Managing finances is one of the most critical yet challenging aspects, especially as your business grows. When the complexity of your financial tasks increases and it starts to feel like your drowning, it’s time to reach out for a rescue. Because it’s essential to maintain accurate records and stay compliant

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How to Score that Grant for your Business

Last week I detailed 7 Grants for Women-Owned Business, so you know there are opportunities out there for free mulah for your business. Now I want to talk about HOW you get that money, and that’s going to involve writing a killer grant proposal. Because let’s be real – the

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Free Money! 7 Grants for Women Business Owners

Starting and growing a business is soooooo freakin’ hard sometimes, y’all know this. But remember, you don’t have to do it all by yourself (even if you are a solopreneur). There are several grants out there designed to give women business owners the financial boost they need to succeed. Let’s

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5 Essential Tips to Avoid a Tax Audit

There’s no two ways about it – filing your taxes is stressful all on its own, but the looming threat of an audit and/or penalties takes it to a whole other level. While there’s no surefire way to guarantee you’ll never be audited, there are certain steps you can take

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All About Cash Flow Projections

Hey, trailblazing women entrepreneurs! Today, we’re diving into cash flow projections. First things first, what the heck does that mean? Simply put, cash flow projections are estimates of how much cash your business expects to receive and spend over a specific period, typically a month, quarter, or year. By forecasting

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The Dirty B-word

Hey there, fellow female business owners! Today I want to talk to you about the dreaded B word: Budgeting. It’s something not many people look forward to (you can’t all be freaks like me), because it can feel very restrictive, even demoralizing. Think of it instead like a spending plan.

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