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    How to Calculate Your Paycheck as a Business Owner

    As a business owner, you're tasked with making a number of decisions on behalf of your business, including what to pay yourself for the services you provide. Though a number of methods exist for determining a proper pay rate for yourself, you should keep a couple things in mind about all methods:

    • Every dollar you take from your business is a dollar that cannot be used to cultivate business growth.

    • Any money you withdraw as income will be taxed.

    For a suggested calculation of your paycheck as a business owner, check out this infographic and example.

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    Find more information about how to balance your business and personal finances in our free ebook.download-our-ebook-about-small-business-finance

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