Saturday, May 18th, 2013

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  • Not so funny, this thing called Money


    Not so funny, this thing called money. (Photo)Personally I have found getting right with your money is not about math.

    It’s not about getting a bigger calculator.

    It's about seeing the truth about what it does to you when you look at it. The emotions that come up tell you where you are and how much power it holds over your life.

    But it can be changed. By getting HONEST. By feeling, dealing and getting real with what is really going on. Look at it.
     
    HERE are some things I did to get right with my money:
     
    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Money,One Funny Lady ] • [ 3/13/13 ]
  • Easy Year End Accounting Clean Up!


    Ellen Rorh gives tips on how to clean up your finances so you can start your year off right!

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business,Money ] • [ 1/30/13 ]
  • Are You Visioning Your Life or Living in Fantasy?


    Deborah Kimmett finds a way out of chronic unemployment with tips from her business coach, which she shares here.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Money,One Funny Lady ] • [ 1/28/13 ]
  • Bust These 4 Business Myths and Make More $$


    Ellen Rohr examines four myths that can hold you back in business. Find out what’s holding you back, bust free, and earn more money.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 10/11/12 ]
  • Generate 6 Figures in 6 Steps


    Veronica Drake reveals her top six steps to developing a six-figure income, from understanding what makes you and your business unique, to turning a casual user into a committed client.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 6/08/12 ]
  • Down with DEBT: 7 Steps to Financial Freedom


    Ellen Rohr, who nearly sank her own family business, has since learned a lot about money. In this post, she shares with you ideas on how you can take control of your personal and business debt. She includes a seven-step plan on reducing debt and tips on deciding which bills to focus on first.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 2/29/12 ]
  • Money Management – Trouble-shooting Tips (Part 2)


    Ellen Rohr gives tips on how to spot and fix mistakes in your financial records. Keeping on top of your business finances will help you keep your cash flow happy and healthy, and reduce your stress levels by letting you know exactly how much money is coming in and going out.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 2/23/12 ]
  • Money Management – Trouble-shooting Tips (Part 1)


    Ellen Rohr nearly sank her family business before figuring out how to market better and manage the finances. Join her as she explains how to stay on top of your business finances, and how to spot mistakes in your Balance Sheets and Income Statements. Her follow up post will detail how to fix those mistakes.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 1/30/12 ]
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Making Money


    Making money is the reason businesses exist. Sure, some businesses are geared toward helping people, but if it’s not making money too, it’s not going to survive. Ellen Rohr gives her list of the best Do’s and Don’t's of helping your business make money.

    [ Read More ] • [ 2 Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 1/24/11 ]
  • The Dark Side of the Holiday Bonus


    Holiday bonus cheques can be a great way to motivate staff, or an awkward drain on company resources. Ellen Rohr explains how to change your bonus cheque vampire into a happy team motivator.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 12/13/10 ]
  • The Price is Right! – Figuring Out What to Charge


    Are you running a business and struggling with money? It could be that you’re underpricing yourself. Ellen Rohr, author of three business books, explains how to figure out what you should be charging for your products and services.

    [ Read More ] • [ 5 Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 11/02/10 ]
  • The Real Reason Entrepreneurs Get Funded by Venture Capitalists


    Natalie Sisson, founder of WomanzWord, breaks down a report she read on Venture Capitalists (people who invest in other people’s businesses). What attracts them to one business over another? Does it matter if you’re a solopreneur or in a partnership? Natalie summarizes what she learned.

    [ Read More ] • [ 4 Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 8/30/10 ]
  • Create A Passive Income – Virtually


    Tracey Ehman gives a couple ideas of how a stay-at-home mom can create passive income in addition to running her business. Some ideas include referral fees and selling e-books. Includes action plan to help you brainstorm money-making ideas.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 8/16/10 ]
  • Credit Card Processing Tips for Internet Entrepreneurs


    Stella Fayman, blogger and Marketing and Customer Relations manager for a credit card processing company, provides five must-have tips for entrepreneurs who are considering accepting online payments.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 8/09/10 ]
  • The Taxing issue of Business Deductions


    Canada Revenue Agency has a full library of useful business information available online to help you figure out which taxes, and tax write-offs, apply to you. It has everything from figuring out payroll deductions to filing tax for your sole proprietorship or corporation, and even explains record keeping requirements for businesses.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Money ] • [ 3/15/10 ]
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