Paying yourself is likely one of the most confusing aspects of starting a business.
Not only do you have to decide how much to pay yourself, but you also have to plan for taxes, make sure you have enough cash left over to operate your business, and determine an appropriate cadence for taking a salary or draw from your business.
In today’s podcast we cover everything you need to know to pay yourself properly from your business.
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