If you’re a small business owner, finding the right accounting software is worth its weight in gold. You need something offering a user-friendly experience while satisfying your essential needs. Perhaps you require time-tracking or invoicing and accepting payments. Whatever the case, if you’re looking to potentially save money while enhancing your business operations, read this QuickBooks Online review.
While 82% of small business owners fail to manage their cash flow, FreshBooks boasts its software will help you do it better while saving you 192 hours every year. This review details its invoicing, time tracking, and accounting features that have been helping self-employed professionals since 2003. In short, if you’re looking for a solution to potentially help you accomplish more in less time, read this post.
Last year the average American only took 77% of their vacation days, working nearly a week for free. It’s time to take back your vacation America!
Isn’t it annoying when you’re offered something for “free” that’s anything but? They’re either hiding the real cost or have a mountain of qualifying conditions. We dug a bit deeper in our Credit Karma Tax review to find out how free their service really is.
In the world of tax software, there are many options. But with something as potentially intimidating as taxes, a lot of people just assume that pricier is better. But what if pricier is just pricier? Today we find out in our TaxSlayer review.
On this episode, we discuss our favorite money management and productivity tools, including: Mint, Betterment, Lift, Evernote, and more.
Young people leaving home to be on their own is nothing new. Great artists and innovators have been leaving small, provincial hometowns since time immemorial. Why do young people flee small, hometowns for the bright lights of the big city? Where do they go and what effect does it have on the places they leave behind?
I want to share the tips and tools that have absolutely worked for me when it comes to increasing productivity throughout my work day.
Do you long to leave the 9-5 cubicle world behind? Want to post pictures of yourself in exotic locales? Need a fresh start? Become a digital nomad.
How do you become organized? There isn’t a single plan that’s a perfect fit. Here are the tools and strategies I use to run a multi-six-figure business, maintain a happy marriage, and raise two children.
Get rewarded for your spending the easy way – with a travel rewards card. Finding the right one doesn’t have to be complicated. If you’re considering a Sapphire card by Chase, you’ll want to read this.
We’ve all heard of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), but what is a CPA? What can a CPA do to help you with taxes? These are both important questions to answer before you consider looking for one.
Tony Stubblebine, CEO of Lift.do discusses how his habit building app can help us build good habits be they financial or another realm of our lives.
Remember that old phrase, “It’s not what you know but who you know.” Sadly, it’s true. And you get to know people through networking.
Does creating a budget sound sexy? What about the aggregate of all your financial data in one place? Do words like free credit score, bill […]
Between paying and preparing taxes, I’m not sure which is worse. With so many choices showing up on a simple “free tax software” Google search, even picking your software is challenging. But worry not. We reviewed the top contenders and are comparing them all right here to find the best free tax software.
Do you have bad habits? Are they costing you money? We learn ways of breaking those bad habits and replace them with healthy ones with James Clear.
Learn in this article how I set myself up for a productive day. The goal is to not let your day get shitty by setting yourself up for productivity.
Do you hate making a decision? Sometimes the fear of making a decision means we miss out on a good opportunity. Today we will get you off the fence and show you how to master the decision making process with Matt Bodnar.