Accurate, Simple and Hassle-Free Accounting for the Family Business
Welcome to my blog. My name is Julie, and I have been working in my family business for as long as I could remember. Seriously, I was sorting socks in our retail shop when I was barely a toddler. Now that both of my parents have passed and my siblings have largely moved to other pursuits, I run the business on my own. Accounting was always one of the most challenging aspects of doing that, but over the years, I have learned to approach small business accounting in a simple, accurate and hassle-free way. If you want to tackle your business's accounting on your own, take a look at these posts. They are designed to guide and help you.
Freelance working is a dream for many creatives. Actors, writers, artists and craftspeople often love the idea of not having to answer to anybody; when you work freelance, your creativity is at the centre of everything you do, and many people whose talents lie in this area are strongly motivated by the idea of setting their own schedules. The trouble starts around tax time, though: If you're not the sort of person who keeps impeccable records and has a thorough understanding of business procedure, you might find the idea of dealing with your own financial year end a daunting one. [Read More]
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