The EIDL loan offers short term access to cash, but is it right for you? Here’s what business owners need to know before accepting these funds.
With businesses now on the cusp of reopening, employers are bringing back workers at a reduced capacity. Those who chose not to lay off or furlough workers need to make strategic cuts in order to stay afloat. One method of doing this is through a state-administered workshare program.
In this piece, four women – a business performance coach, a digital marketing maven, an architect and a graphic design firm owner – share their insights on how they have managed through crisis.
Should I Apply for SBA COVID-19 Loans? This is the question that I am hearing most often right now from business owners. The unsatisfying answer is…it depends. Everybody’s case is different. Everybody’s business is different. To make it through this […]
Money Monday$: What Does Insurance Cover in the Era of COVID-19? Presenting Money Monday$, a free, weekly call where I answer your questions about managing the financials of your small business. Part of the National Association of Women Business Owners’ NYC […]
Can I receive government aid for my business and if so, how do I apply? As the coronavirus continues to halt business, navigating this new reality is proving to be difficult, especially for entrepreneurs. To help, I’ve created a list […]
Join me for Money Monday$, a free, weekly call where I answer your questions on how to manage the financials of your small business. Part of the National Association of Women Business Owners’ NYC Community Connection series, we will focus […]
Having an abundant mindset can change your position financially. One of the first steps to becoming a better version of yourself is to shift your mindset and call yourself what you intend to become. If you want to be a business owner, start calling yourself CEO or Founder.
Art & Money Matters Mondays There are 2.5 weeks left to year end and I’m planning early for the conversation with my tax advisor (what I term, “The Talk”). It’s not the thing most people look forward to at the […]
Art and Money Matters Mondays The Art Basel Miami has become a popular event for Artists, Creative Professionals and their supporters alike! After seeing all the reviews, photos and comments from the weekend, I was inspired to write a piece […]
Art & Money Matters Mondays In honor of Small Business Saturday, I worked off leftover Thanksgiving turkey, sweet potato, sweet bread and apple crumb pie at Live Now Fitness (@LiveNowFitness), a boutique wellness and fitness center in Howard County, Maryland led by […]
ART & MONEY MATTERS MONDAYS Media art refers to artworks that depend on a technological component to function. Media artists express their thoughts, ideas and images through platforms related to video, audio, print and digital mediums. Graphic design, filmmaking, and […]
Art & Money Matters Mondays For many writers and storytellers achieving the title of published author , is a dream come true. The title gives legitimacy, signals success, and elevates you in hierarchy amongst the literary community. But elevating your writer status and elevating […]
The economy has evolved tremendously from the days of the Great Recession to what we live in today, the “Gig” Economy. Tradition has been broken. Many workers in the public and private sectors have traded in traditional employment for non-traditional jobs in non- traditional industries […]
For many people, including myself, how we think about and interact with money has changed due in large part to the 2007/2008 economic recession. The recession has shifted our views on what it means to have job security and therefore shifted […]
Art & Money Matter Monday’s Over the past month, we have been blogging about money-saving tips for artists “in transition” from student to working artist and vice versa. In this blog, I wanted to focus on another important transition that […]
Art & Money Matter’s Mondays: Today’s message is inspired by friends and colleagues who frantically called and texted the past few days because they missed the April 15th federal tax return filing due date and also missed the October 15th […]
Art and Money Matters Monday’s: This month we are blogging about transitions artists make and financial considerations for each transition. Last week we covered the transition from student life to life as a practicing artist. Click here for more details. This […]
Art & Money Matters Mondays: It’s officially Fall 😒. I’m not too excited about it but this seasonal change causes me to think of transition…in my creative life and personal life. I wonder: Do I have the right resources and […]
It’s the 4th quarter of the year… …now that you’ve followed the steps, in last week’s article, and created an annual operating budget for your creative business, it’s time to create your personal budget. Creating a personal budget is less complicated […]
It’s the 4th quarter… you have three and a half months left until the end of the year you haven’t completed all of the programs, projects or other business goals you planned for the year and; as of today, you haven’t secured […]
It’s the 4th quarter of the year and you still have a few months to take care of personal and business money matters that have been following you all year. Here’s a “To Do” list that will help you close out […]
Art & Money Matters Mondays: Have you heard of IRC Section 6050W of the tax code? Maybe or maybe not…I mean the only people who probably really read or even understand any part of these ever changing tax laws are […]
This weekend I attended the Afropunk Festival in NYC. I hadn’t attended it in years so had no expectations really just figured it was going to be like any other NY summer festival. But what I experienced is a festival […]
Art & Money Matters Monday’s: People often ask me this question and I found a quick video that not only answers it but provides tips on How to Hire the Right Accountant! Click here to access the video. Just remember, no […]
It doesn’t take Ned Stark (from HBO’s Game of Thrones) to remind us that we’re more than half way through the year and therefore closer to worrying about tax time. If you are a registered business, freelancer or independent contractor, […]