Cash Flow & Money Management
This rule may seem obvious, but do you know what your offerings cost you?
Evaluate how you compare to your competitors to make sure you're doing things right.
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Before you bring someone on board to handle your books, check their skills and lay the ground rules to ensure you're getting the right person for your business.
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If you don't know the first thing about your business's cash flow, now's the time to learn.
Which accounting method is best for your business?
Who owes you? Keep track with an accounts receivable ledger.
Are you selling products? Then you'll need to keep track of inventory.
How much are your business's assets worth?
If you've got employees, you've got to get a handle on payroll.
A good financial management system tells you how your business is doing--and why.
Use the income statement to measure business revenues vs. expenses.
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