About the Author

Angie Mohr

Angie Mohr CPA, CA, CMA is a chartered accountant and certified management accountant. She can be heard regularly on radio with Small Business Survival Tips. Mohr is also a business columnist for a large daily newspaper and has written many articles for business magazines. Mohr believes strongly in planning the entrepreneur’s business and personal life holistically. Her approach helps business owners to understand their business better and to run personally satisfying lives and immensely lucrative businesses. Angie is the author of these books from Self-Counsel Press: * Bookkeepers’ Boot Camp * Financial Management 101 * Finance & Grow Your New Business * Start & Run a Bookkeeping Business

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Bookkeepers' Boot Camp

Bookkeepers' Boot Camp

Get a Grip on Accounting Basics
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Finance & Grow Your New Business

Finance & Grow Your New Business

Get a grip on the money
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Financial Management 101

Financial Management 101

Get a Grip on Your Business Numbers
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Financing Your Business

Financing Your Business

Get a Grip on Finding the Money
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Piggy Banks to Paychecks

Piggy Banks to Paychecks

Helping Kids Understand the Value of a Dollar
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What Money Myths Are You Still Carrying Around?
In the same way that our kids learn money habits by what they see us doing, we likely learned them the same way—from watching our parents. It's time to examine what we think we know about money and put our financial beliefs to the test. Do we really know as much as we think we do? How many of these common money myths are you still carrying around?

1. My banker knows best how to invest my money.
2. If I spend less than I make, I don't need a budget.
3. It's too late to start saving for my kids' college or university tuition now.
4. My house is my best investment.
5. I don't need an emergency fund as long as I have room on my credit card.
6. I don't claim some deductions on my taxes because I don't want to get audited.
7. My job is solid. I get a raise every year.

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Start & Run a Bookkeeping Business

Start & Run a Bookkeeping Business

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