Denise Duffield-Thomas is a money mindset mentor for the new generation of female entrepreneurs. Denise is committed to changing the way women think about wealth and money. Instead of losing belief or being intimidated, she inspires women to build their own definition of wealth.
One thing you’ll have to come to grips with is that everyone has money blocks. We tell ourselves stories about why we shouldn’t worry about money or pass the responsibility off to someone else. Maybe subpar math skills or preconceived ideas about gender roles are holding you back. Regardless, the time to break through your personal blocks is RIGHT NOW!
Also, I'm hiring a paraplanner! Listen in to the episode to hear about it, and find the link to the job opportunity on the show notes page.
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In today’s episode, I'm answering your questions about the stock market and the chances that we're in a bubble. These questions were submitted via email and in our Profit Boss® Facebook group, and are extremely relevant for all investors.
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I also have some exciting news - I'm hiring a paraplanner! Listen in to the episode to hear about it, and find the link to the job opportunity on the show notes page.
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In preparation for tax time, Deborah Gregory talks us through how to minimize the chances you’ll be audited, who should expect to be audited and why, what to do if you do receive a dreaded audit letter, and how the audit process goes.
She also has helpful hints for business owners about which expenses to be sure to keep good records of, and she shares her opinion on whether you should use Turbo Tax or hire a tax preparer.
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Erin Lowry writes about how children should approach money conversations with parents. She writes for BrokeMillennial.com and she's a guest on Profit Boss® Radio this week.
End of life conversations can be difficult, and the conversation about handling financial affairs when you pass away can be an especially touchy topic. Erin has practical tips for children to approach their parents so that conversations about money can be positive. Conversely, parents will find this advice helpful as well if your adult children resist the idea of thinking through end-of-life planning issues.
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