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Last week I sorted out my marketing priorities. I've got to conquer my email marketing, and I set up a schedule to make it happen. I sent out a Last Minute Appointments email yesterday, (got one booking already) and I'm almost done my October email. I need to proofread it later today, I'll share it with you on Facebook after I send it to clients this week.
It appears I have email (mostly) under control, so what's next?
Paperwork. Specifically, receipts.
No, it's technically not marketing, it's business management. But I'm going to let this squeak by.
I'm on a mission to get all my tax stuff together before I go away for a few weeks in January. I want the meeting with my accountant to be smooth and settled by the end of February. My receipts have been piling up for months and I need to put them in order and verify that I've got everything categorized properly. How am I going to do it? Well, I'll schedule it, of course! I've blocked off 90 minutes to tackle it later this week, and another hour early next week.
I'm curious how you organize expenses
I used Quicken for a few years. Then I tried QuickBooks for a year (hated it, it's not for me). Now I'm in iBank but I'm anxiously awaiting the release of the Mint Home and Business that was in beta testing this summer. But I've never found a system that works really great for me.
What do you do?
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