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Every time we meet with a new business, we rediscover (together) the power of having the right information at your fingertips. Too many businesses are trying to grow with an anvil tied around their legs because they don’t know how to spot financial problems BEFORE they become a catastrophe — or they are missing out on real chances for rapid growth … simply because they were blind to the data that would have shown them the way.
Too many business owners are evaluating their success by “what’s in the bank” instead of what is possible when you have a true expert in your corner.
Whatever your software (even if it’s Excel!) you need to have a system for categorizing expenses … not only so you can see what’s actually happening — but so you can capture all of the tax savings now available to business owners (if only they knew about them).
It’s one thing to have clear P/L’s … it’s an entirely different thing to optimize your financial systems so that you are capturing every legal, and ethical deduction available to you and your business.
It doesn’t help to have your accountant tell you that you are running in the red — after you’ve buried yourself in debt. Or that a particular product/service category is booming — after you’ve finished your sales cycle. Let us point you where you need to go.
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