It occurred to me this morning that neti pots are like business plans: The only people that hate them are those who haven’t tried them.
Based on my extremely limited experience, here’s a summary of the thoughts and ideas on blogging I shared with my friend yesterday.
We had a stressful weekend of financial wrangling. We owe a bunch of taxes this year, mostly because I wasn’t on the ball with projecting our income over the year and should have upped the estimated taxes we were paying. There was a surge in income at the end of the year which was great, … Read More
“Just go out and do anything, even if it’s bad.” I love this advice.
If you decide you do want to pursue selling to the government, here’s a quick rundown of the process involved.
Many folks confuse the term “market” with “customers” — but it’s more than that. Knowing about customers is important, but it’s not enough.
If you’re outgrowing a home office and don’t have huge space needs, there are all sorts of spaces and shared arrangements to consider.
Costs of day care are not considered “ordinary and necessary” expenses of running a business and are thus not deductible business expenses.
Running a business is about more than making the donuts.
If there’s any possibility that you might ever sell your business, having solid financial records to document its value is essential.