The April 15th deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching hence…it’s crunch time! Some people rush to get their taxes filed as soon as they receive their W2s, but many of you (myself included), wait until the absolute last minute to get those taxes done.
What do you want to learn today?
This is a sponsored post by TurboTax, however, all opinions are my own and I have been a TurboTax user since college! YES! It’s #W2sDay! What does that mean? While most should have already received their W-2 from their employer, January 31st is the deadline for...
Getting paid a steady salary is great, but it’s not a reality for everyone.
We live in a world of freelancers, independent contractors, side hustlers and commission-based jobs. Although this type of work doesn’t offer the same consistent paycheck, there are still ways to budget and save money when you have a fluctuating income.
If you work as a contractor or freelancer, you’re a part of the gig economy, and you may be required to pay the IRS the self-employment tax.
T-shirt businesses are one of the best online business now a days. First, who doesn’t love to wear t-shirts? Second, the start up cost can be really low (depending on how you manage your capital). But most of all, it is forever on trend!
Tune in to this episode as Kalilah Wright, an entrepreneur from Baltimore and owner of Mess in a Bottle shares her ups and downs in starting and managing her own T-shirt company. Plus, get tips on how to start your own t-shirt business with little to no capital.
Who knows, a T-shirt business might be your next #wealthbuilding business!
To create your dream digital nomad life is to believe in ‘experiences over things’, but even experiences come with a cost.
With the material things you acquired over the years that you will have to leave behind, not to mention, the traveling expenses, how can someone really shift to a digital nomad life?
On this episode, we are with Kashlee Kucheran, a digital nomad, budgeting expert and serial entrepreneur. Kashlee left the corporate world of being a finance manager and Realtor in order to travel the world full time.
Kashlee talks about how she and her husband embrace minimalism in their lives to start a freedom based lifestyle.
What is the recipe for success?
To be an entrepreneur is to get out of your comfort zone and sometime it’s an understatement. You will go through a lot to attain success in entrepreneurship but your values and characteristics will take you there.
In this episode, we will hear about how David Simnick, CEO and co-founder of Soapbox and his team went through to get investors for their business; to not getting salary for the first years of their business; to hitting company money goals and finally making an impact. What does David Simnick and other successful entrepreneurs have? Find out by listening in.
How One Entrepreneur, Before 30 with $1,000 Saved, Started Two Multi-Million Dollar Businesses – Chiko Abengowe
Have you ever got that moment where you want to quit your job and be an entrepreneur? Chiko Abengowe, a millennial millionaire give in to that moment and quit his job at the age 26 with a thousand dollar savings to start his multi-million dollar companies, Perfect Staffing and Perfect Office.
In this episode, Chiko will share his experiences on how he got started, what were his past struggles as a thriving entrepreneur and how the decision to start a business early made the biggest difference in his life.
Thanks to my friends over at Evernote for partnering on this post. When I first started my business, all I wanted to do was provide affordable and easy access to financial planning to people that typically were not able to access this quality financial...
Happy New Year! I am so excited to see what this new year has in store for me and you! As we all know, the things that are worth having in life, we have to work for. We need to set strategics goals and plans to reach these goals! To celebrate the new year and to help...