As counselors prepare for tax season, it can feel complicated. Dr. Olivia Wedel helps us sort it all out with great advice and resources. Check it out!
‘Counselor taxes made easy’ may seem unattainable, but I’m living proof that it’s possible. Here’s what I’ve learned to make tax time easier.
As counselors prepare for tax season, there may be mistakes. Perhaps you overlooked classifying all of your expenses. Maybe you mixed client cash with your grocery money. Nobody is perfect and you don’t have to do it alone. Keep reading!
It’s ok to ask for help to manage your practice revenue and personal income. My guest today, David Frank, is the founder of Turning Point Financial Life Planning. He helps mental health professionals learn how to manage their money and build a happy life!
Private practice profit isn’t just driven by the number of sessions you have. Have you ever looked at your services, your no-shows, and your client list in order to eliminate unprofitable inventory costing you money and stealing your joy? Learn three steps you can take today to Marie Kondo your private practice to increase your profit and your peace of mind.
How can a counselor make extra income? Side hustles for therapists are not extra. They avoid burnout and keep the lights on. Keep reading!
Tripling your income as a private practice therapist is possible, as long as you remember to create content potential clients or customers are already searching for and that will link to your other content.
Want to know how to get more therapy clients? It’s math. And, you’ll need to know three terms:
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced therapist, you don’t want to miss this! Join Dr. Kate Walker as she discusses 3 things you must do in private practice.
Do you have an unprofitable service? Before tossing it to the curb, do this one thing to be a great community resource.