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Three Business Finance Articles You Can’t Miss

Posted at August 6, 2013 | By : | Categories : Profit & Loss | 2 Comments

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I write amazing stuff (if I do say so myself) and so many other people.  It’s my job to tell you what I know, but it’s also my job to point you to the wisdom of others – the sum of the parts and all that.

 

 

 

Here are 3 business finance articles that can’t be missed:

 

3 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make With Their Financials by Alfred Edmond Jr

 

6 Tips for Organizing Your Small Business Finances by Nellie Akalp

 

7 Tips for Organizing your Small Business Finances by Chris Benjamin

 

Create separate bank accounts for your business and personal.  You’ll make it easier to track deductible expenses. [TWEET THIS]

 

So now that you haven’t missed the good stuff, let me ask you – have I???   Let me know if there’s an article I should read in the comments below.

 

 

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I’m an experienced attorney and entrepreneur. With my background in bankruptcy, I’ve seen the end of the business lifecycle and use that knowledge as a lighthouse to help others avoid the rocks. I counsel with entrepreneurs to provide custom solutions to help you get back in the game. You can contact me at (949) 391-6063, emily@emilychasesmith.com.

Comment

  • Kelly Boros

    August 28, 2013 at 7:37 pm

    What both the MasterCard and Mashable article stress (with equal importance I might add) is how important it is to separate business and personal accounts. Having separate credit cards, savings, and checking accounts for your personal expenses and business expenditures is not only required for certain types of businesses (i.e. LLC or Inc) but it will save you a lot of time (or your bookkeeper’s time) trying to sort out what belongs to the business and what belongs to you.
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    • Emily

      August 29, 2013 at 5:13 pm

      I totally agree Kelly. In addition, a business can’t know how it’s doing if everything is all mashed up together. It’s actually not difficult to separate so separate we should! Thanks for your comment.

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