As you start your Gig business and then run it, it is critical to effectively track your expenses, income, and have good reports. This video will give you some basic business bookkeeping tips. →REQUEST FREE CONSULTING TODAY: ← FOLLOW SBDC: Web: Gig Economy Program: Facebook:… Twitter: About Pathways to Employment in the Gig Economy In partnership with California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the San Diego & Imperial Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network helps Southwestern Community College students start and grow their Gig Economy businesses by: ►Providing no-fee business consulting services ►Training and workshops for Gig [More]
Learn some basics for what you need to do to keep track of your income and expenses for your business.
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The following News Release or Speech has just been posted on the Finance Canada Site. Ottawa, November 13, 2008 2008-091 The following guest column by the Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, appeared in today’s Financial Times. In it, Minister Flaherty outlines Canada’s five-point plan to restore stability to the international financial system. “The financial crisis that began 14 months ago in the US has intensified and spread around the world, threatening to roll back economic progress that has been made over the past two decades. Governments have been responding in a co-ordinated fashion and will continue this work in [More]
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