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Hello and welcome to episode 10 of the unfuck your business podcast. I'm your host Braden. Super excited to have you here. This is going to be a relatively short episode titled stop paying for bullshit and we are going to help walk through some expenditures I've seen small business owners make that are totally unnecessary. That's probably the best way for me to put it, but before we dive in, I just want to remind you all that I have a few small business legal masterclasses coming up on November 20th and November 22nd that's a Wednesday and a Friday. We're going to talk about the layers of legal protection for your business, how to get started with LLCs, whether you really need one. I had a form it and the different licenses you need and then we will wrap up with a Q and a....
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Hello and welcome to episode nine of the unfuck your biz podcast. My name is Brayden. I am your host and I am super excited to have you here today on the podcast. I am going to be talking about the three or three of the worst pieces of legal advice I have seen in Facebook groups. So we've all been there. If you're in any small business Facebook groups, you've probably seen some of the garbage heaps that I'm going to talk about. But before we dig in, I want to let you know that coming up in a couple of weeks on November 20th and 22nd those are a Wednesday and a Friday. I'm going to have a few small business legal masterclasses. We're gonna talk...
The short answer: As always, it depends.
Areas where I don’t recommend DIYing at all. Trademarks, partnership stuff, patent, and complex and or high dollar contracts.
Otherwise, time is money. Do you have the time, and do you have the money?
Most attorney bill clients in 10ths of an hour. That means that a lawyer who charges $300 per hour would bill $60 for a 12 minute phone call.
Some attorneys, like myself through my law firm, now offer “outside counsel services.” Basically, they’re your on demand attorney for some monthly rate.
That’s a great option if you need regular legal assistance. Otherwise, having a go to person for guidance is a better alternative.
In my education based business, I actually started offering an alternative to outside counsel....
Kristy, owner of On Route Financial, and I break down the difference between types of professional.
CPAs, accountants, and bookkeepers look at the present and past.
CFPs and CFOs look at the present and future
Hello and welcome to episode seven of the unfuck your biz podcast. As always, I am your host Brayden in today I am joined by my good friend Christie [inaudible] who is the owner of on route financial. She's a certified financial planner or a CFP. Don't worry. We're going to actually explain what that means and on today's episode what Christie and I are going to attempt to do for all of you is break down the different types of money professionals that can help you with your life and your business. My goal for this podcast is to actually have some really stellar kick ass...
The short answer: there’s a handle of things you must do, a handful of things you definitely should do, and a lot of shit that’s for sure a good idea.
On this episode, I do a dive into the 7 Layers of Protection for your biz. Click the button to download the doc with the 7 layers.
If you want more info on each of these layers, the first thing to do is subscribe to the podcast. I mean, I know that sounds like a jokey statement, but for realsies. Each episode will in someway relate to the 7 layers and the Unfuck Your Biz Framework.
The show is planned to give you a comprehensive look into the legal and tax aspects of business.
If you really want to get rolling with some tactical tips to kick some ass, check out the freebies.
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Hello and welcome to episode five of the unpack your biz podcast. I'm your host Braden. Super excited to have you here. This episode is going to be an introduction to the profit first system. So if you're not already familiar with profit first, it is a book written by a man by the name of Mike Nicalo [inaudible] on how to manage the cashflow in your business. So I really like this system. I'm going to break it down here on the podcast by going through my free download that is called the getting started with profit first roadmap. So I highly recommend if you want to start implementing this system into your business, check out the audio book. That's kinda my favorite method. Uh, Mike does the audio book and he provides a...
The short answer: you need one bank account per person, and then one personal account.
The question really should be “Do you have 5 businesses, or do you have 1 business with 5 marketing channels?”
If it’s the latter of the two, then what you really need is one business account, 5 DBAs, and a good bookkeeping system to track income from each.
For more info on DBAs, check out this bitchin blog.
Then, make sure to checkout the free download How to Be Your Own Tax Pro & the Profit First Roadmap.
Hello and welcome to episode four of the unfuck your business podcast. My name is Braden and I am your host. Thanks so much for listening to this episode. Again, this is one of our short Tuesday episodes, so we're going to tackle one of the questions that came from our Facebook group. If you're not...
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Hello and welcome to episode three of the unfuck your biz podcast. I'm your host, Brayden, and today I am with my good friend Amanda. Hi Amanda. Hi. How's it going? Thank you for having me. Yeah, super excited to hopefully the audio is good for all of you. Amanda just went and got her snowball microphone. So we are all set up and profesh and this shit. I invested, I invested for Brayden and I love it. Make sure that you save that receipt for your tax deductions. Okay. Thank you for reminding me. You're welcome. All right, so the idea of this podcast episode is, well, this podcast episode series I should say is pretty straight forward. Amanda is another fellow small business attorney in Dallas, Texas. So we do a lot of the same types of things or the same types of clients....
The short answer: It’s never a bad idea to form an LLC. It provides great legal protection.
When to form it really depends on your personal financial situation. Now is great, but weigh the risks in your biz.
To get started, listen to the podcast episode. If you’d like more info from there, check out this blog.
Then, download the Small Biz Blueprint to take the LLC Risk Assessment.
Hello and welcome to episode two of the unfuck your business podcast. My name is Braden and I am your host. Thanks so much for tuning in. This is going to be a very short episode. I noted in the welcome episode of the podcast that every other episode that we do will be a quick bite size tip episode. So I'm trying to come up with a better, more clever name for what to call these. You can let me know if you have...