Profits are rarely accidental

As a small business owner it is important to note that a number of important factors contribute to profitability.

Factors such as the quality of the product, customer service, the ability of the product or service to meet a specific need of the consumer and many other factors.

In the small business environment a large gap exist between the operational and the financial functions.

Often the small business owner wear both hats and this prevent the focus and attention that’s needed on the business core operation.

The small business owner must apply a process of maximizing profitability, but more importantly, to make the effort more targeted by facilitating the conversion of profits into cash in the shortest possible time.

More than 50% of all business failures are due to them being undercapitalized and the inability to generate enough cash flow to keep operations going.

Many business failures could be avoided if the business owners had operated with a more profit centric mindset.

This involves the efficient and effective use of the capital at hand, and this starts with the planning process.

As a small business owner, have you given thought to developing a strategic plan to move your business forward?

If you need help in this regard or just need to get the conversation started call our office today and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) will be happy to assist. You can also click the link below to learn more.

User | 22/12/2021