A simple personal finance set up - #79

Treyton DeVore
April 15, 2023

Welcome back,

Slightly different format - same money & business content.

If you don't follow him and you're interested in growing your creative business, I highly recommend checking out Josh Spector.

All he does is share helpful content for people like us.

But this week's article reflects this week's newsletter:

β†’ Simplicity

A lot of people like to make personal finance harder than it needs to be.

I like to make things simple.

So I wrote about the 5 essentials to successfully manage your personal finances, including:

β€’ My favorite bank accounts

β€’ Money monitoring & credit card apps

β€’ Preferred investment companies

If you want to see the tools & recommendations, click here: Read the Full Post

πŸ—“ this week

Friendly money & business reminders for self-employed creatives

βœ… Pay & file (or extend) your taxes

Why? The deadline is April 18th

β€’ If you don't work with an accountant, here's the government's guide to free filing

β€’ If you earned self-employed income from January-March and expect to owe more than $1,000 in taxes, you also need to submit an estimated tax payment

β€’ Also read: The story of how TurboTax lobbies (bribes?) the government

βœ… Don't overextend yourself

..creative crumbs

πŸ’° The best financial literacy lesson

πŸšΆπŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Vince Staples on building a creative career alone

βœ… 3 tips to have a long creative career

πŸŽ₯ Watch: The story of Nicole McLaughlin, creator of:

✍🏼 Freelance Finds: Freelancing through a recession

RIP Easy Mac


Thanks for reading πŸ–€

Treyton DeVore


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