Uber and Lyft Drivers: What Kind of Business Do You Want?
Congratulations! You’re a Business Owner! That’s right. When you signed on to be a rideshare driver you became a business owner and with that comes responsibility. Now you need to make grown-up decisions. What kind of business do you want to be? SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP…
Lyft Rental Program
Uber Rental Program
Rideshare Drivers, keep your cool.
Tax Questions, Answered.
Uber Surge vs. Lyft Primetime
Rideshare Driving, Like a Pro.
As a rideshare driver, GPS is convenient and while you can rely on them to get you where you need to be, at some point you need to learn your way around on your own. You want to drive like a pro, yes? Then you…
Tax Deductions You’ll Want to Use
New to Rideshare? Drive for Lyft first
Uber is a great company but if you’re a new driver, Lyft is probably the best place to start. There are several reasons for this: Lyft usually has larger sign up bonuses. Keep in mind their bonuses vary by city and the number of trips…
Rideshare Drivers: Keep Track of Those Miles!
If you’re a rideshare driver, you probably already know the importance of keeping track of your mileage. It’s key if you want to make the most of your profits and reduce/eliminate any possible tax problems. There are several ways to keep track of your miles….
Lyft Sign-Up Bonus: How to Get Those Bucks!
Lyft has quickly become a popular name in the rideshare community. It is definitely grown into a profitable business and can be especially profitable to newcomers by way of their signup bonuses. While Lyft may not be as busy as Uber, you have the opportunity…
Be a Debt-Free Rideshare Driver
Most of us have debt. Whether it be from a mortgage, car payment, credit cards or school loans, we have them. Granted some of us have more debt than others, but nobody wants to be in debt no matter the amount. It’s a black cloud…