The two most expensive things in life are taxes and interest, and we want to avoid both. One of the best ways to avoid taxes is by starting a business. Today we will discuss LLC vs S Corp and the amazing tax benefits of having a business.
Part of starting a business is having a business plan. It doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ll discuss creating a simple business plan.
There are only so many hours in a day so you need to build a business that can grow while you’re sleeping, on vacation, or working on your next business. You have to do things that scale when starting a business that will take off.
We want to motivate all of you to get started creating online businesses. The idea is that with part-time, but a focused effort, in one year you can build an online business that earns $1,000 or more per month.
You often hear “overnight” success stories when it comes to people who have quit their jobs to start a business, but it doesn’t happen that way. It takes a lot of work and planning to get there. If you’re fed up with the 9-5 grind, we’ll show you how to quit your job and actually start a business.
If you want to start a business what kind do you want it to be? There are two competing business philosophies: lifestyle business vs. growth-minded business.
Lots of us dream about turning our passion into a money-making business and it can be done! In our on-going series about starting an online business, we discuss monetizing your passion and building your business.
Want to earn some extra cash? Have some credit card or student loan debt you would like to pay off? Maybe you want to finally take your dream vacation or have some extra money to crank up your investing. We’ll teach you how to make money on the side to put toward whatever your goals are.
It wasn’t until I saw the renewal email from my hosting service that I realized the significance of February 3rd. It was one year since I started my business and boy have a learned a lot. If you are thinking of going down that route too, here is how to become an entrepreneur and what the first year might look like.
The guys chat with Laura Novak, owner of Little Nest Portraits, about starting a franchise and what systems need to be put in place to make it successful.
One of the most confusing aspects of starting a small business are the taxes involved. We get some expert help from Jamaal Solomon.
Small businesses are a big part of our country’s economic growth, so you would think the government would make starting a business as easy as possible.
We chat with Omar Zenhom, co-creator of $100MBA.net, about how he got started and was able to quit his job to start his business.
We hear a lot of success stories about people selling through Amazon FBA, but that doesn’t really appeal to makers who want to sell handmade products on Amazon. That is until Amazon Handmade came along. The real question is this: can you make money selling handmade goods on Amazon, and if so, how?
Ace Chapman joins us to explain how to buy a business. Something he’s been doing for sixteen years and it’s made him a millionaire.
We talk a lot about side hustles on the show. Today we’ll discuss if you should start your own side business.
Caleb Wojcik, co-founder of Fizzle, joins us to discuss managing small business finances and recommends his favorite tools to make the job easier.
Jim Wang, founder of Bargaineering.com, discusses how you can turn your hobby into cash.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at Listen, Money Matters? Trust me. It’s as glamorous as you probably imagine it to be! No, it’s really not.