Welcome to this episode of The Organised Women in Business Podcast. It’s a bittersweet episode as it’s my final guest episode for a little while as I’ll be taking a break from July, but the incredible news is that I had the best time speaking with Zoe Richmond from The Numbers Hub. We’re talking about how to reduce overwhelm at tax time.

A Certified Practicing Accountant and bookkeeper, Zoe is exceptionally passionate about educating online business owners about their numbers, and making it fun!

For more information about Zoe and The Numbers Hub, visit:

The Numbers Hub

Instagram @thenumbershub

Here’s a rundown on what you can expect from this episode

  • Difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant;
  • Who you need to help you with your financials;
  • How to keep on top of your numbers; and,
  • How to get up to date for End of Financial Year

Dear listeners, I’ve a question (or few) for you.

Are your business numbers in order?
Do you have a bookkeeper?
Do you need a bit of help getting everything ready for EOFY?

Let me know below, or on my Facebook page.

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E5: Making Do

E5: Making Do

Making do is an important life skill. The UK Government’s Ministry of Information issued a booklet and newsreel in 1943 urging people to repair, reuse, and reimagine their existing clothes because of the clothes rationing during the Second World War. Take a listen to this episode to discover other ways of making do.