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Paying Yourself as a Business Owner

August 10, 2017 - 0 comments

If you’re a business owner wondering about the best way to pay yourself out of your thriving business, you can consider that a “good problem” to have. It certainly beats not earning enough to pay yourself at all.

Still, you don’t want to accidentally sell yourself short when taking some of those well-deserved earnings. Fortunately, I’m a business owner too, so I can help you assess an interrelated trio of your best interests: Getting paid today, saving toward retirement, and maintaining the value of your business.

Should you take your pay as dividends, salary, or both? How might your business’s annual earnings factor into the equation? What are your retirement savings goals and are you positioned to achieve them? To explore these questions and more, join me for today’s “No Dumb Questions.”


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