WARNING: This is NOT just another site about how to sell your handmade items!
Did I catch your attention? Great! I know I only have seconds to capture and hold you attention before you make the decision that this site isn’t for you.
So, now that I have your attention…….
Hi, I’m Nancy – thanks for stopping by! As I said, this is NOT another site about how to sell your handmade items – there are tons of those here on the internet and I’m betting that you’ve probably visited a lot of them on your search for information and you are pretty overwhelmed at this point.
What this site IS about – is all the nitty gritty details that go on behind the scenes when you are thinking of starting a business AND then while you are actually running your business – that have absolutely NOTHING to do with selling your finished handmade items.
So, if you are thinking of turning your love of handmade items (and perhaps your current hobby) into a real business and are wondering about things like:
- How to register your business
- Determine your initial investment
- How to price items to regain your start up costs AND make a profit
- What counts as business related expenses for a handmade business
- What you need to keep for receipts
- How long you need to keep business records
- How the IRS views handmade businesses
- Things you MUST track to prove you are a professional business
- Choosing a business structure – Sole Proprietor, DBA, or LLC
- What Federal, State, and Local Agencies you need to register your business with
- How to translate all those bookkeeping and accounting terms into simple English
- And so much more ………
Then you are most definitely in the right place, as these are just a few of the things that I will talk about, write articles about and teach here on the Yarny Bookkeeper.
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