Currently, according to Quickbooks I’m about $200 profit for this year.  So that’s nice.  I’m still thinking of taking maternity leave, but we’ll see if I come back after.  I may or may not.  Without the business development side, the legal work is much more fun.

Aug-18
Category  Previous Budgeted Spent Remaining
Personal Money Spent  $   7,255.37 $7,255.37
Savings $3,585.39 -$0.11 $3,585.50
Pre-YNAB debt
     Credit Card $0.00
TOTAL $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Monthly Fees
     Others $14.00 $14.00 $0.00
     Apps/Software/Web Services $147.11 $147.11 $0.00
     Insurance $230.00 $25.97 $255.97 $0.00
     Memberships and Subscriptions $249.00 $249.00 $0.00
TOTAL $436.08 $666.08 $0.00
Expenses
     Networking Events $0.00
     Office Supplies $86.85 -$86.85
     Transaction/Processing Fees $33.99 $56.21 -$22.22
     Meals and Entertainment $51.36 $51.36
     Parking and Tolls $20.00 $50.75 -$30.75
     CLE $0.00
     Advertising $0.00
TOTAL $20.00 $193.81 -$88.46
Yearly Expenses
     Post Office Box $0.00
     Bar Fees $0.00
TOTAL $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Taxes
     Quarterlies $0.00
     Business License $0.00
     Year-End Taxes $0.00
TOTAL $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
TOTAL EXPENSES $456.08 $859.78 $3,497.04
TOTAL INCOME $0.00 $0.00
Remaining from Last Month $1,448.33 $1,448.33
TOTAL REMAINING $992.25 -$859.78
OVERSPENT -$139.82
TOTAL LEFT FOR THE MONTH $852.43

It does look like if I want to keep up my business through the maternity leave, I’ll need a total of $9,000 from this point to June of 2019.  I have about $5,000, so there is a bit of a hole to fill.  I do have a couple of potential clients so we’ll see how far it goes.  I might end up needing another infusion of cash, but I’m playing it by ear until December.  We’ll see how it goes.