Intro to the Income Statement | Five Minute Friday

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Running a business can be so overwhelming. You may have started a business because you love your clients and you love photography, but (sadly!) there is so much more to running a successful photography business than creating beautiful images. One area where you may struggle is understanding your accounting; all those numbers can definitely be overwhelming, BUT they can also be what provides you the information you need to really drive your business forward! I strongly believe that every single business owner needs to be able to at least understand their own income statement, even if they use an accountant to prepare their financial statements. If that seems overwhelming or totally not your thing, no problem. That’s where this introduction comes in, to give you just a small idea of the impact that understanding your business information can really have to help you run your business the smartest, best possible way. And if you have any questions or want to dig deeper after you watch it, feel free to email me at deborah@thephotographerselement.com. I’d love to help!

If you’re not quite in business yet but you’re wondering if you should be, check out this post I wrote earlier about learning when you should have photography as your hobby, and when you should consider starting your own business.

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Deborah Nash

Deborah Nash

DEBORAH NASH LIVES NEAR GORGEOUS BOULDER, COLORADO, WHERE THE MOUNTAINS ARE CONSTANTLY BECKONING HER TO COME HAVE AN ADVENTURE.

Her best adventures always happen with her handsome husband, her kindergartener who is too smart for his own good (or hers!), her brave toddler who seems to have no fear whatsoever, and her brand new baby girl. She loves photography and how it allows her to capture all her adventures, big and small, and to keep them forever. In order to fund her love of all things photography, she works part-time from home as a CPA.
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