8 songs for your accounting playlist

November 13, 2019
5 minutes read

1.Money - Pink Floyd

Does this really need an explanation? Without money, accounting wouldn’t be needed, and Pink Floyd said it best, “Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash”

2.Taxman - The Beatles

Properly organizing your taxes year-round will make tax time a breeze, and you’ll be able to laugh in the face of the big, bad Taxman!

3.If I Had $1,000,000 - Barenaked Ladies

Okay, so maybe this song had a little more meaning when 1 million dollars more value in 1988, but we can assure you that anybody reading this wouldn’t turn down that much money!

4.Bills, Bills, Bills - Destiny’s Child

When your bills pile up, this song will help remind you what needs to get paid. From “telephone bills” to “automo-bills”, you won’t forget to make a payment.

5.C.R.E.A.M. - Wu-Tang Clan

The phrase “Cash rules everything around me” is at the top of the mind for anybody going through their accounting tasks, and that’s exactly what this Wu-Tang classic focuses on.

6.Mo Money Mo Problems - The Notorious B.I.G.

Not that it’s a bad problem to have, but the more money you make, the more you need to deal with your finances. Of course this is exactly what Biggie was thinking about when making this song.

7.Billionaire - Travie McCoy, Feat. Bruno Mars

While going over your finances, you may wish there were a few more zeroes at the end of your incoming numbers. You can dream about what you'd do with that money while listening to this classic.

8.Ka-Ching! - Shania Twain

"Ka-Ching" - undoubtedly the number one sound any business owner loves to hear, and one of the sure signs of a successful business.

By Joseph Martin

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