If you’ve started to consider the once crazy idea of hiring a teacher to educate your kids at home, you’re not alone. We are seeing a huge influx in calls and inquiries from parents wanting to know more about how to hire a Private Educator and how this option compares to those presented by their school.
If you’re a small business owner, you’re likely pretty worried about the future, unless you’re in one of the few industries that are really booming during the COVID-19 crisis. There’s so much out of our hands. We can’t predict what the future holds. We can’t change our current circumstances in terms of lost revenue. Small business
Business + Babies As the threat of COVID-19 grows, schools are closing and many parents are, for the first time, working from home. This situation has brought kids and work together like never before. Work-life balance is taking on a whole new meaning as many parents are facing the prospect of simultaneously managing both. The
It’s tax time – and the perfect time of year to remind our families that the IRS considers even part-time nannies and sitters to be household employees, never independent contractors. So if your family has engaged the services of a nanny or local babysitter and has paid that individual $2200 or more per year (as
It was a day in early January 2016 that I came across an article about the Girl Scouts Cookies program being the largest “girl-led entrepreneurship program in the world.” Caroline and I were in our fifth year of business and I started reminiscing about our journey as young, female business owners. While our agency was still relatively