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5 Ways To Manage Your Money In Order To Realize Your Dreams

After taking a financial planning course in college, Rianka Dorsainvil determined her life purpose was to help other young people develop financial literacy. Now she runs a business offering financial guidance to Millennials. Here, she provides 5 tips for saving money and planning for your future. Powered by WPeMatico

How To Raise Money

Raising capital is one of the hardest things entrepreneurs need to do during the journey of building and scaling their business. It is actually a challenging journey filled with investor rejections. Powered by WPeMatico

How Millennials Manage Their Money

Millennials are better with money than their reputation might lead you to believe. Powered by WPeMatico

How to Raise Money for Your Business Without Losing Equity

One of the inevitabilities of running a business is fundraising.  Raising capital is not only a crucial to keeping the doors open and the lights on, as the founder, it is one of your primary responsibilities.  When raising money for your business, most founders have to make the tough decision of how much of their […] The post How to Raise Money for Your Business Without Losing Equity appeared first on StartUp Mindset. Powered by WPeMatico

#1563 Trevor Chapman talks money, family, religion

Trevor Chapman is the founder of Summit Bourne Limited which owned a collection of websites, including e-commerce sites and online education sites. I’m really curious about how this guy who came out of nowhere ended up creating a bunch of successful sites that sell, sell, sell? I want to understand that. And why didn’t I know more about him before? Was he keeping a low profile intentionally? Trevor Chapman is the founder of Summit Bourne Limited which owned a collection of websites, including e-commerce sites and online education sites. Sponsored by With Bench, you get a professional bookkeeping team to do your books for you and our simple, elegant software to review your finances. It’s everything you need to forget about your bookkeeping, without actually forgetting about your bookkeeping. Sign up at Bench and get 20% off for your first 6 months. ActiveCampaign – Improve your marketing & sales processes by upgrading to an automated platform. Start sending follow-up that adapts to your customers’ behavior so you are sending the perfect message at the perfect time. You’ll have happier customers and higher conversions. See why over 150,000 marketers use ActiveCampaign to create intelligent marketing that gets better results. If you’re with one of their confusing competitors and you want something new, you owe it to your business to check out ActiveCampaign. More interviews -> Rate this interview -> Powered by WPeMatico

Bills, Bills, Bills: The Best Money Management Advice for Freelancers

There are a lot of great things about freelance life. You’re your own boss, you have a flexible schedule, and you don’t have to sit in hours of meetings that could have been covered off in a quick email. But one of the primary differences is that you no longer have a set income arriving each month. It can be hard to budget and figure out if you can really afford that trip to Italy – especially now that you no longer have paid time off – when you don’t know how much money you’ll make that month. So we’ve put together some tips to help you manage your money so you can spend more time focusing on building your business (and planning for that vacation). Track your income and expenses. You might not know the exact amount you’ll make each month like you did when you were getting a regular paycheck, but if you track your income, you can at least figure out an average. Streamline the process by creating a separate bank account and credit card for your business-related income and expenses. Instead of having your income go into your personal account or joint account, pay yourself by transferring money from your business bank account to your personal one. This will also come in handy when it’s time to pay your taxes. You’ll be happy you stayed organized and don’t have to scramble to figure out exactly what you made and spent throughout the year. Pro tip: download AND CO from Fiverr to keep track of all your expenses, invoices, and time sheets all in one place. And the best part? It’s completely free!  Estimate your taxes. Speaking of taxes, the process of paying them is different when you’re a freelancer. When you have one employer, your taxes are withheld from each paycheck so you don’t have to do the math or really think about it until April. When you’re a freelancer, you have to estimate your annual and quarterly taxes. If you use a service like QuickBooks Self-Employed to track your income and expenses, it can help…

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