Just a few short years ago, I had a dream to launch my very own financial planning firm serving the women’s segment. I visualized this dream business where I could make a lasting change in the world by helping people with their finances, make money and still have a life away from the business full of family, friends and love. So, like any good student would, I studied every successful entrepreneur I could to learn what he or she did in order to become successful, and began implementing what I found in my own life.
One of the biggest things I learned was that these successful entrepreneurs were great at focusing a majority of time on their natural strengths while delegating the rest of the work to other people on their team, or experts they hired. So today, I’m interviewing Angela McLain, co-founder of Type A , an accounting firm serving entrepreneurs, and asking her why delegating the accounting work in one’s business is a good idea. She’s sharing three tips about accounting for entrepreneurs, and explaining why it is critical to have a solid accounting team in place for your business. This video is not your typical accounting video, so make sure you watch it–and then let me know your thoughts in the comment section below the blog post.
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