Plan, prepare, and be proactive. Like the other processes in financial planning, the more work that you do in advance with your accountant, the more it will help your business through "tax season" and the toll taxes have on your business.
One of the most important relationships you can have as a small business owner is the one you build with your bank. Choosing the optimal bank can save you from unnecessary fees, mismatched needs and services, and other financial headaches.
If handled according to a plan, getting access to capital can be minimized into a periodic distraction.
We help you optimize your credit picture both personally and in business so your chances of acquiring money from lenders are the best they can be.
There are a number of ways to track your transactions. Learn about a few of our recommend methods.
Once you have a clear concept of how much money it takes to run your business day to day, you can find ways to chip away at the costs of doing business.
Dig deeper into the nature of your revenue, including fixed vs. variable costs and payment terms.
To take control of your money situation, it's critical to establish a fundamental understanding of how money flows in and flows out of your company.