February turned into an ‘Accounting for Bloggers’ month on my site. As a blogger, that might be the last thing you want to do. In reality, apart from accountants, who really wants to think about accounts? Still, if you have decided to monetise your blog and it is creeping over the £1,000 mark, you may need to start considering your tax position.
If you missed February’s Accounting for Bloggers month, don’t worry. This post will summarise everything that was covered in the four-part series.
To start off with, here are the links to each of the four posts:
Accounting for Bloggers – Part 1
Accounting for Bloggers – Part 2
Accounting for Bloggers – Part 3
Accounting for Bloggers – Part 4
Additionally, I have created an e-book which contains all four posts including the free downloads in each of the posts if, like me, you prefer to read hard copies rather than scrolling down and following links and getting lost. You can download this here:
The spreadsheets (which I have printed but this I prefer to use on the computer) can be found here:
The last thing to note is that there are links in the above four posts that refer to other posts that I have written but have not included in the e-book. The links to all the posts relating to accounting terminology can be found here:
Finally, if you do need more advice, please do not hesitate to get in touch.