The NEXT LEVEL for Minority Businesses

I had the honor and privilege of being the guest speaker at the Urban Chamber’s Women in Business & Politics luncheon on Friday, March 25th, 2016.  African American owned and...


Solopreneur Frugal Foolery

Here’s the thing: we all want to believe we’ve got what it takes to handle everything life throws at us. And that’s a nice thought – really, it is.  Let’s...


When Ballin’ Overseas

It tears my heart when I hear that someone has been taken for granted due to a lack of information.  We hear stories every day about good people that just...


Tax Fact for Solopreneurs Part II

Tax Fact #7: You do not have to file jointly if you're married. If you’re married, you and your spouse have the OPTION of filing taxes jointly. It’s not a requirement,...


Tax Facts for Solopreneurs Part I

Tax Fact #1: The IRS is very strict about comingling funds.  Keep your personal and business funds separate.   When you first start your business, it’s a whirlwind of activity and financial...


What is the Jock Tax?

The “jock tax” is a tax that targets athletes and entertainers visiting a city or state in order to make money.  Most often hit by the tax are professional athletes...


Look the Part Solopreneurs!

Alright, y’all – let’s talk about looking the part.  I know folks are going to have an opinion about this post, but that’s too bad because this is an important...


Rideshare Independent Contractors

FREE REPORT: How to Pay Taxes as a Click-and-Ride/Rideshare Partner   As a click-and-ride partner/rideshare driver, the first thing that you need to keep in mind is...


Solopreneurs Ushering in 2016

Let’s be honest here – we all like to start off the year with lofty goals and ambition for the future.  Everyone on social media is posting their what it’s...


Quarterly Taxes for Rideshare Drivers

FREE REPORT: How to Pay Taxes as a Click-and-Ride/Rideshare Partner   As an experienced entrepreneur and tax professional, I get it: taxes are stressful.  If you’re going...


Infographic: How to Pay Taxes as a Click-and-Ride Partner

FREE REPORT: How to Pay Taxes as a Click-and-Ride/Rideshare Partner   Click HERE for our infographic (click it to zoom in) on how to Pay Taxes...


Perspective on the Presidential Election – Part II

This is the second part of a two-part blog that covers what you should be looking for in your presidential candidates, and who might best suit the needs of entrepreneurs....


Perspective on the Presidential Election – PART I

Let’s be honest with ourselves: presidential elections are rarely incredibly exciting for anyone other than the candidates themselves or the news analysts tracking their every move. In fact, having to...


Meisa Bonelli - Managing Partner of Millennial Tax

7 Tax Saving Strategies for Home-Based Businesses

With approximately one-third of taxpayers purported to wait until the last 30 days leading up to filing deadline, there is egregious opportunity loss with respect to potential tax savings were...


Stop the Procrastination Foolery

Stop the Procrastination Foolery

For a small business owner, waiting until the last minute to file your taxes sets your business up for the possibility of gross error.  When you’re pressed for time, you’re...


Online Entrepreneurship Classes

Superstar Reality Distortion

Being a successful visionary entrepreneur takes a great deal of bravado, charisma and “asshole disregard.”  In Walter Isaacson’s extensive biography of Steve Jobs, we learn that Jobs changes circumstances to...


Mistake Solopreneurs Make

Mistakes Solopreneurs Make

The biggest mistake that solopreneurs make is that they don’t begin with the end in mind.   Not to overstate the Stephen Covey-ian philosophy; however, it’s the obvious misstep that most...