It is now July 18, meaning it is time to recap this month’s financials from July 1 – July 15, 2018. So let’s get into it.
Income: $3,381.60, $2,881.60 from my primary job, $500.00 as compensation for working with a friend
Accounts Receivable: $634.73
Net Profit w/ Accounts Receivable: $989.08
Net Profit w/o Accounts Receivable: $354.35
It is now July 4, (Happy Independence Day to any readers from the United States!) meaning it is time to recap this month’s financials from June 16 – June 30, 2018. So let’s get into it.
Income: $642.08, $642.06 from my primary job, $0.02 from interest earned in my chequing account
Accounts Receivable: $124.10
Net Loss w/ Accounts Receivable: $615.72
Net Loss w/o Accounts Receivable: $739.82
How many times have you had a great idea that you were super excited about, but then when it comes time to actually get working on it there aren’t enough hours in the day? It’s one of the hardest lessons we learn as an adult, time management. So let’s get into how you can increase your productivity and time management to help you get stuff done!
Building a budget that is within the realm of possibilities is one of the hardest things to do when trying to save money. Everyone has a tendency to see the best in themselves and look at the ideal scenario, which can be detrimental to an otherwise perfectly developed budget. So I’ll start by teaching you how to plan for the future in a real way so that you can maintain it and keep your growth sustainable over the long term!
It is now June 20, meaning it is time to recap this month’s financials from June 1 – June 15, 2018. So let’s get into it.
Income: $2,795.10, all from my primary job
Accounts Receivable: $359.10
Net profit w/ Accounts Receivable: $1,201.35
Net Profit w/o Accounts Receivable: $842.25
So you want to get your financials back on track along with me but don’t know where to start? It can seem so overwhelming looking at pages of bank transactions, trying to remember where every little transaction went. Or maybe you have an excel spreadsheet that you painstakingly transfer all of your purchases into to keep track of? If only there were a simpler way to track transactions and budget! Well, I have one for you!