February 24th, 2007
Tammy Powley, who writes b5media’s Jewelry & Beading blog, has written at least two posts recently about getting the information ready for her taxes. It’s sometimes interesting and informative to learn what someone else is doing.
“This [taxes] is one of the things a lot of jewelry makers [and other home business people] […]
February 23rd, 2007
Depending on the type of business you’re operating from or in your home, your office space and needs will vary. However, there are some basic needs most everyone has when determining their office space and the equipment you’ll be using.
More and more home businesses these days are operating out of a smaller space in the […]
December 18th, 2006
One of the small businesses that can evolve out of a hobby is quiltmaking or fabric art. If you are involved in this type, you may find my post about bookkeeping for this business on my Quilting and Patchwork blog.
Some of the resources suggested may be of interested for other businesses as well. […]
December 4th, 2006
As we listen to weather reports, or experience it ourselves, we discover that the weather affects businesses everywhere, including home based businesses. The weather can have a good or drastic effect. Also, what can be drastic for one business can be a boon for another…from the same storm or disaster.
So when you’re in […]
December 2nd, 2006
No matter what kind of home business you’ve established, you’ll need some type of home office for record keeping, appointment making, and correspondence. Whether this is a separate room or the corner of a room depends on space available. Also, it would concern the amount of space and privacy you need.
Don’t put off […]