As the old adage goes, “Mo money, mo problems.” (Yes, I trust the sound financial advice of hip-hop legends. Don’t you?) Or more obviously, one could even say “No money, mo problems.” But whether it’s “no” or “mo,” the time has come to get your finances in check, keep things in order and potentially adopt a “Mo money, no problems” state of mind. (I’ll stop now.)
So in an effort to keep us all fiscally responsible (or at least knowledgable), I thought I’d round up a couple of favorite Biz Ladies posts on the topic. From funding to budgeting, these Biz Ladies contributors offer some great tips and tricks for making and utilizing your dollars wisely. -Stephanie
Need some financing to get that project off the ground? MoolaHoop founders Nancy Hayes and Brenda Bazan share their expertise on various options available to raise funds and gain financing for your dream businesses and projects.
I like to think you can never be too prepared, so saving some rainy-day cash can always be a benefit. CEO of Smart Cookies, Sandra Grahame, offers some helpful and detailed insight into how she went about saving money for the upcoming birth of her second child in this wonderful post.
The witty and straightforward Leela Cyd shares some must-read advice on how to get paid what you deserve as a creative.
It’s always tricky trying to determine the best financial strategy for your business, but Lynne Robinson of the UK shop Papermash offers some simple and easy-to-follow tips in this post.
[Be sure to check out some of the other roundups: Mission Organization and 8 Ways to Beat Summer Slowness]