There are different types of financial counseling one might needy. The truth is most people need financial counseling in one way or another, sometimes multiple ways. Whether it’s to make money or save money or not get penalized because of how the money is used, it can help to speak to a professional.
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Does that make sense? If not, don’t get discouraged. We’re offering 5 reasons why you might need financial counseling, and what type of counseling you might need.
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Whether you’re in a large or small business, money is absolutely an issue. If you’re part of a large organization you have many options available to you when it comes to how you handle money. You’re probably not the owner or founder, which means you’re dealing with someone else’s money.
It’s different for small business owners. Even if you have a few employees, money issues are always cropping up here and there. Even successful business owners started out struggling for survival, and possibly made one of the 7 things we’re going to talk about here.
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Two years ago we wrote a post titled 5 Things To Know About Self Employment. It covered some pretty good ground, but there’s so many more things that we can share which will help you if you’re not already working on your own and are thinking about exploring it. As with everything else in life, some of it’s good, some of it’s scary. Let’s take a look at 5 more things regarding self employment.
1. You need to plan for the possibility of making a lot of money. One client of ours spent the first few years basically floundering; he wasn’t a client at that time. Then he struck virtual gold and over the next two years he made more than $350,000 total; sounds great, right?
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Most articles concerning accountants offer advice on financial or tax issues. We’re not much different than the norm… until now. This time around we’re going to talk about what you should do for accountants… by not doing the 7 things we list below. Helping accountants help you; what a concept!
1. Never ask your accountant to lie for you
A common occurrence is having someone show up in an accountant’s office in some kind of financial trouble and offering all sorts of money for them to lie to whomever they’re in trouble with. This is a twofold problem for both the accountant and you.
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