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Washington, DC, April 17, 2015 — Yes, April 15 has come and gone, with most of us closing the books on 2014 for good. But savvy small-business owners will use this milestone to identify what needs to be fixed or changed — before April 15 next year.
Sure, filing taxes can be stressful, even emotionally painful. But as any business strategist knows, the ability to manage money is the key to small-business success.
So in the April 2015 issue of Be Inkandescent magazine. we offer some financial food for thought:
- Entrepreneur of the Month Michael Egan, CFP®, helps us take a bite out of the stress of filing our taxes. A founding partner of the financial services firm Egan, Berger & Weiner, LLC, he offers Seven Tips to Remember Before You File Your Taxes.
- This month’s cover story features thoughts from small-business owner and author Lisa McLeod, who had an epiphany: How I Reframed Paying My Taxes: Why Self-Talk Matters.
- Our Book of the Month is LouAnn Lofton’s best-selling finance book, Warren Buffet Invests Like a Girl, and Why You Should, Too.
- We welcome our newest Inkandescent PR client, Michael Vidikan and his firm, Future in Focus. In May, we’ll be launching his new magazine, which will give business owners insights into the international business and consumer trends that are shaping the future. Get a jump start with this month’s money-related brief on the future of Bitcoin.
- Speaking of the future, CFP® Bryan Beatty alerts us to the latest Best Practices Proposed for Advisers and Brokers Seeking to Meet True Fiduciary Standard.
Also in this issue:
- We asked Michael Egan to offer his thoughts about what we need to know about Millennials and Money in this month’s Finance column.
- What do the Millennials themselves think about money? Our Inkandescent Interns interviewed Virginia Commonwealth University senior Alberto Francese, a member of the Gamma Iota Sigma finance fraternity, who offered his perspective in this month’s Millennials column.
- Last, but not least, in our Food column we address the controversial concept of the Fat Tax. Do you think the overweight among us should be taxed for their poor eating habits? Send us an email to chime in on the controversy.
Parting thought: Gibbs leaves readers with this quote from Warren Buffet: “I insist on a lot of time being spent, almost every day, to just sit and think. That is very uncommon in American business. I read and think. So I do more reading and thinking, and make fewer impulse decisions, than most people in business. I do it because I like this kind of life.”
About Be Inkandescent Magazine
Be Inkandescent is the online business magazine for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs that inspires and educates small-business owners. With more than 50,000 subscribers and more than 1 million visits per month, it offers useful tips to entrepreneurs who are new to the “work for yourself” world, and those looking to take their companies to the next level.
Launched in January 2010, it is published monthly by Inkandescent Public Relations, a PR and publishing company that takes a holistic approach to helping entrepreneurs get the visibility they need to make their companies glow — and grow.
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For more information, contact Hope Katz Gibbs at email@example.com or phone: 703-346-6975.