Tax season is a stressful time. Even if you’re ahead of the game or adept at filing, you’re likely surrounded by other adults who aren’t as speedy or savvy. For them, it’s a good thing that those who are well-organized, mathematically inclined, and meticulous become tax preparers. For individuals or small businesses, these people are […] The post How to Become a Tax Preparer at Home appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
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It doesn’t have the most polite name, but a CYA file will cover your you-know-what in case of a problem related to your business venture. You never know what you’ll face — a financial inconsistency, a legal dispute, etc. — so you should keep backup copies of all of your important papers in the same place. And […] The post How One File Can Protect Your Business From Anything appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
No matter how creative you are, there are days when it feels as though the right side of your brain has switched itself off. This can feel frustrating, but especially so when your work requires you to have an innovative, forward-thinking mind—how can you embody that ideal without creativity on your side? Fortunately, there are […] The post How to Tap Into Your Creativity (When It Feels Like You Don’t Have Any) appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
By Sarah Landrum When your home is your office, you must balance the elements of personal with professional to achieve a tranquil and productive space. When you tackle home renovations, that balance gets disrupted. Home renovations also affect how you run the daily operations of your business. On top of financing and planning your renovation, […] The post How to Tackle Home Renovations When Your Home is Your Office appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
By Sarah Landrum Most people assume the self-employed professional can take off whenever they please or take work with them, combining business and pleasure as a luxury traditionally employed folks don’t have. That’s a myth. With time and technology at your fingertips, you’re busy trying to take advantage of every second you have to make […] The post How to Take Time Off When Self-Employed appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
By Sarah Landrum The work-from-home life is the best and also the worst. On one hand, you have a somewhat flexible schedule, a cozy environment, a private supply of coffee, and no one physically breathing down your neck. On the other, you might find yourself scrambling to convert prospects into clients and maintain a predictable […] The post Saving for Retirement When You WFH & Have Unpredictable Income appeared first on The Work at Home Woman. Powered by WPeMatico