In today’s episode Kerry and Kim are bringing all the bank accounts in your business to the table, alongside a serving or two of spicy latte just for good measure. When many of us start our small business, it is a maze of to do lists and overwhelm at where to start. Opening a dedicated business account may sound simple and straight forward, however a lot of people fall into the trap of combining personal and business funds – especially if they are a sole trader or sole proprietor and fresh to small business. This dynamo duo is passionate about drawing a line in the sand in today’s episode and explore:
The hot mess of how easily business and personal funds can be morphed, making money complicated and without purpose.
How we evolve and shift in business and how our bank accounts can come along to the table. It isn’t too late to order a cup of coffee and get serious about your business bank accounts.
Why having more than one account can help you regain control and organise your finances better than your knicker drawer.
The danger of credit cards in business and slippery slope which requires care, protection and parameters. Listen to Kim’s old school style approach in order to reset her thinking and spending.
You don’t need to do your business based on someone else’s idea of what works. There is a wealth of knowledge, not only within this very episode but also alongside Kerry at the Biz Bean$ Club. Head over to https://www.kerryzarb.com/club to find out more and expand the portfolio of your finance knowledge with Kerry in a simply and straightforward way.
Until next time, happy Biz Bean$ to you and see you again soon in the Simply Biz Bean$ virtual café 🙏
Cheers ☕ Kerry & Kim
No beans were harmed during the production of this podcast. Information contained in this podcast should be taken as general advice only and your personal circumstances have not been taken into account. It is recommended that you seek financial advice from a professional who is licensed to do so. If you choose to act upon the general advice shared, you do so at your own risk.