Earlier this year I posted an article on the staggering differences between employees and ICs. And yet… I still see businesses out there with inappropriate business structure setups. Those that have done the right thing and converted to employee/employer status have had their eyes popped out of their head about managing teams, paying payroll taxes, filing
A while back I wrote an article on how a massage therapist got somewhat burned with a poorly-prepared tax return for her massage business. I think as business owners in the massage world we like to think that our tax guy/gal will be looking out for our best interest and knows what they are doing. We
Yesterday, I posted a picture on the Facebook wall about the profile of the Massage Sales-Therapist, a title that I use to define a massage therapist who is skilled in the art of selling “without selling” to prospective customers. The main focus here is to benefit the client while supporting the business at the same
Here is my custom list of the 10 things that great massage therapist business owners do: Understand that in order to succeed, the effort needs to be invested. Reconcile their financial records and evaluate personal financial behaviors that could be detrimental to the business. Invest in marketing activities that follow the trends of today’s climate.
Saturday November 9, 2013 – Sunday November 10, 2013 2100 Killebrew Drive Map and Directions | Register Description: Welcome to the 1st ever Thriving Massage Business Convention, to be held in Minneapolis/St. Paul! This is a 2-day convention, featuring blogger and consultant Steph Lasch, LMT and selected guests of marketing experts & business professionals in
Figuring out all the intricacies of Facebook marketing and how to use it “right” can be a source of frustration for many massage therapists everywhere. “What should I post?” “How do I get people to see this appointment opening?” “I spent $20.00 on boosting my post and my page and nothing came out of it!”