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  • Writer's pictureTrusha Desai

Happy Labour Day!

If you are a solopreneur, do you consider yourself as labour? Are you cost of goods sold? If you are a professional, are you labour? Don’t your clients categorize your invoices as professional fees? Then, if they don’t consider you as labour, why are you labour? Do you pay yourself a wage of some denomination, however miniscule it may be? Do you consider that as an expense, but not COGS?

Well, let’s not get into the nitty-gritty of accounting. Let us look ahead at Labour Day and examine our bank balance to see if we can partake of sales and discounts as advertised on media and social media. Let us look back and remember long Labour Day weekends when we went away for the last summery warm-ish camping jaunt.

And when you are dogged by bookkeeping issues that require a professional solution, please reach out to a Consultant-Bookkeeper like me for a three-pronged approach to consulting, bookkeeping and tax.

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