The Best Money Tools

I get asked all the time: what are you favorite business (and personal!) money tools. Let's dive into a few that I couldn't live without! 

why use 17Hats for photography business


Why 17Hats? 

  • Easily send, receive, and keep track of business invoices. 
  • Easily connect to Quickbooks to automatically keep track of all incoming payments.
  • Keep client folders with notes, attachments, etc. Much easier than a Google Spreadsheet!
  • Allow for online payments. 
  • Get 10% OFF your membership here

 Why Use Quickbooks in Your Small Business?


Why Quickbooks?

  • The easiest way to keep track of all expenses, incoming payments, overdue or upcoming invoices, etc. 
  • Easy to use Reports that I send directly to my Accountants + Tax Assistance. 
  • Syncs with many different businesses including: Etsy, 17Hats, PayPal, Amazon Business, Square, Shopify, and many more.
  • Get up to 50% OFF + a $50 Visa Gift Card for you Business here

 Why Use M1 Finance?

M1 Finance

Why Use M1? 

  • If you're anything like me, opening an investment account, ROTH IRA, Retirement accounts, etc. seemed very intimidating. 
  • M1 has made this process SUPER easy (even for me!). 
  • The earlier you start investing, the more money you'll make. At the rate I'm at (low-risk, about $5500 a year investment total), I'm set to retire at age 65 with at least $1,200,000. I'm wishing I had started even earlier. ;) 
  • If you aren't sure what to put in "your pie" of investments, here is mine! It has been gaining at a steady rate since I opened my account.
  • Get $50 To Start Your Investments here



Why Use Rakuten?

  • Easy and free to use. 
  • Quick plug-in for Chrome, Safari, etc. 
  • Automatically asks if you want cash-back on any website that it's linked with. Simply hit "yes", and if you purchase from that site, you'll receive cash back in your Rakuten account. 
  • Best part? Once you've received cash back, you'll get a check in the mail. It's that easy! 
  • Get $30 when you join here.

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