3 Steps for Financial Success as a Work-at-Home Mom

If you want to start a business this year but are feeling overwhelmed by how to manage the financial end of things, you aren’t alone. And that’s exactly what we’re chatting about on today’s episode. So, grab a notebook and pen and let’s get started as we walk through my tips for financial success as a work-at-home mom.

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3 Steps for Financial Success as a Work-at-Home Mom

Well hey there and welcome back to another episode of the Mama Business Podcast. I’m your host Sarah Brumley and I’m so glad that you are joining me today for what I feel is going to be a game changing episode for many aspiring mama business owners. I don’t know about you, but I’m baffled that we are already almost a week into the new year. Is it just me or is time flying by way too quickly? It’s all the more reason not to wait to get started growing your business and achieving those big dreams.

Today’s podcast episode comes directly from a conversation I had with a listener in my DMs. She said that she really wants to start a business and has one in mind that she knows would be successful. But what’s holding her back is the financial end of things. She’s worried that she’s going to do something wrong and wreak havoc with her taxes.

So, I thought today would be the perfect time to talk about the things you absolutely have to do in order to set yourself up for success – financially – when you start a business. And…this isn’t the fun part like creating logos or picking branding colors necessarily, but once you have these things in place, you can rest easier knowing that you are on the right track to grow a business that will thrive in the future without destroying your family finances or your taxes.

Okay, full disclaimer here: I am not an attorney. I am not an accountant. I am not a bookkeeper. And I am not a replacement for any of those things. I highly recommend that you consult with the professionals should you need additional assistance. I’ve had a lot of time over the years to consult with these professionals myself, to read books and other resources related to business finance, and so the information I’m giving you today comes from my own experiences and research.


Now that we have that out of the way, I want to jump into three steps you should take to succeed financially in your business.

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