Rob Cubbon

An entrepreneur who wants to help you

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Marketing my Entrepreneurial Class on Skillshare

Starting A Business, Incorporating, & Separating Your Personal Finances From Your Business Finances

Wow, I just got 25 students on the last day of the month! 33 to be precise. And 1 thumbs up!

I posted to "my community" – Facebook, Twitter, Google+ – you know the drill. But also there are Skillshare specific Facebook and Google+ groups that are great places for posting free links to your courses.

And while you're about it, you can liaise with the other instructors in these groups and learn a ton about class marketing. 

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How to set up a separate legal and financial entity and pay the correct tax and not too much. This may sound scary, but don’t worry. I will make everything clear for you. 

This is a mindset shift: You have a business. You're not like everyone else who works for a company and gets a paycheck. You are an entrepreneur

You need to learn about the following:

  • Incorporating (setting up a business)
  • Getting a business bank account
  • Keeping a surplus of at least 3 to 6 months running costs in the company’s bank account.
  • Getting an accountant
  • What to give the accountant

As an entrepreneur, it’s important to set aside at least 30% of your income to pay the tax bill when it comes.

I’ve spoken to many inspiring entrepreneurs from every possible social, national, and domestic background who’ve all managed to make this leap and maintained their finances.

The entrepreneurial advice that no one wants to talk about... but we keep it simple for you. You can do it!

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