How to tackle your debt when you have the variable income of a self-employed creative? We talk the essential mindset, systems, and approach that will get you to being debt free!
This week I’m talking savings, having your own money for the first time, big dreams, and more with social media strategist and brand designer Marina Girgis!
I’ve been having conversations with self-employed creatives about money for years, and more recently with clients. And now I’m sharing it with a wider audience. I’m so happy to introduce you to Creatives Do Money podcast! Creatives Do Money is made up of three kinds of episodes. There’s interviews and conversations – about 45 minutes to an hour – with…
Managing heavily variable income as a creative soloprenuer is not an easy task. The rollercoaster method can make budgeting as a small business easier.
Budgeting with Variable Income can be complicated but it isn’t impossible. Here’s Small business owners and soloprenuers can master their variable income!
the checking account buffer is your first personal finance step and your best budgeting friend. keep a certain amount of money in your bank at all times in case of unexpected expenses.
In the context of our business, sinking funds are huge for us self-employed types. We’re running our businesses on our own, without partners or investors, and with variable – often unknown – income. It’s just us in here, making the dough. And we need all the buttery and yeasty advantages we can get.