Retirement seems like a long way off, but it may be closer than you realize! Join us at Park Lane Tavern in Fredericksburg on August 27th from 6-8 for a Retirement seminar presented by Practical Accounting Solutions and Primerica. Learn the steps you can take today to build a retirement plan that fits your lifestyle! Your $10 tickets includes the invaluable interactive presentation and a delicious Park Lane Tavern dinner. Limited seating available, so get your tickets today!
For many small business owners, creating their yearly budget is one of the more painstaking tasks of their company. Today, we talk about 5 easy steps to building a budget for you small business. Interested in learning more? Check out our Finance Fundamentals for Your Small Business May 7, 14, & 21! Get tickets here Photo by Fabian Blank on Unsplash Step 1: Determine Your Revenue Your most basic revenue is simply selling price times number of units sold. This can easily get mo
Bookkeeping. For some business owners, bookkeeping may feel very tedious or challenging to keep up with. For others, this type of financial organization is right up their alley. No matter which mentality you have, all business owners must keep these records in order to plan ahead financially, ensure your costs and profits are accounted for, and to plan for tax season! Read on below for some key terms to know with Bookkeeping! Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash 1. Cash vs Ac
Penny stocks have been around since the early 1900s, but you might have learned most of what you know from the popular Leonardo DiCaprio film The Wolf on Wall Street. Today we break down what penny stocks are and some things to remember when investing in penny stocks. Photo by Jonathan Brinkhorst on Unsplash a brief History of Penny Stocks Since the early 1900s, companies have broken down their stock and sold it for mere pennies. Today, especially with advancements of techno
We've discussed in previous posts how to start teaching your child financial responsibility through a bank account, but what about their credit score? Credit scores have such a huge impact on a child's financial future, and you can help them establish and build their credit from early on in preparation for future student loans, car loans, or other future financial endeavors! photo from wix.com Add your child as an authorized user on your credit card While taking out a credit
Whether you're expecting, a new parent, or have been a parent for years, opening a bank account is a great tool to help your child's financial future. This week, we tackle benefits of opening a bank account for your child and how it can benefit your family in the long run. photo from wix.com Opening an account for the future You can open a savings account for your child that you can later turn into a checking account once their older. Talk to your local bank (we recommend fi
Credit cards are useful for multitudes of financial needs in today's world. Young adults learn about managing money and building their credit through credit cards. As we get older and bills get higher, we use credit cards to pay bills, manage large expenses, and more. However, what do you do when you rely too much on credit cards, and now you find yourself stuck in overwhelming debt? Read on to find 5 practical ways to manage your credit card debt and pay it off. photo from w