Top 5 Reasons to Know Your Worth®


This year is going to be different. This is the year I finally take my business financials seriously, and get a handle on all of my income and expenses.

Can you relate to these business goals? You’re not alone.

  1. Create a usable bookkeeping system.
  2. Hire a CPA who cares about the success of my business.
  3. Finally understand sales tax, self-employment tax, and income tax.
  4. Start contributing to my retirement.

This is why I created Know Your Worth®. The Know Your Worth® program includes access to a Certified Public Accountant and a membership site which includes short videos and beautiful, downloadable guides that will walk you through the main topics in each lesson. Each lesson will be released on a weekly basis to ensure that you don’t get overloaded with information, and you have time to review and ask questions before proceeding.

Top 5 Reasons to Know Your Worth®

Bookkeeping & taxes are not optional

If you own a business, you need to understand the ins-and-outs of your business financials. Know Your Worth® makes this easy.

Ongoing Membership

Membership includes instructional videos, and beautiful, downloadable guides that will walk you through the topics in an easy-to-understand format with an actionable checklist. The lessons will be continuously expanded and updated based on member feedback.

Members Only Facebook Group

You will receive access to a Facebook group where you can ask questions to a CPA and small business owners like you.

It’s a tax deduction

Save your receipt for this course. This course is an investment in your business. Tax deductions lower your taxable income, which puts more money in your pocket during tax season. This course covers tax deductions in lesson 5.

You’re supporting another small business owner

I’m not your parent’s accountant. I work out of my home office, and I’m passionate about helping small business owners, like you. When you become a member, you will be treated with care during every step of the process.

Visit Know Your Worth®

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Amy Northard, CPA

The Accountant for Creatives®
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