Business is hard. Success is on purpose. Like a jigsaw puzzle, most business owners feel like the pieces of the puzzle are scattered everywhere. Where do I start? What do I do next? Sound familiar? You are not alone. 70% of small businesses are in the wilderness.
In every industry, there are businesses in all 6 stages of the business lifecycle. So what? Well, in order to get where you want to go, you need to understand where you are now. The key is to know which triggers to pull at which time, in the business lifecycle. This scorecard will give you a score for each of the 9 pillars within your business - the key focus areas. Click the link below to download FREE now.
As soon as you start a business, you have to deal with numbers. Every business, no matter how small, must keep a record of its every transaction.
Although it's possible to do this yourself, most entrepreneurs aren't trained in bookkeeping. So it's common for businesses to outsource this everyday work. Knowing how to hire the right bookkeeper for your business is essential.
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Small businesses conduct countless accounting procedures each month. In addition to managing expenses, business owners must also maintain payroll and oversee employees. Although the process can be time consuming, reviewing a monthly checklist can reduce accounting errors and ensure business owners have a handle on the financial status of the organisation at any point in time.
Tidy up your business reporting for good with this simple checklist for you to use, or give it to your bookkeeper. Stay on track.
Creating and implementing effective and repeatable business processes is a common denominator shared between highly successful businesses. They enhance efficiency and productivity whilst drastically improving the client, partner and employee experience.
Consistency is created through process which in turn builds trust. The help businesses successfully implement these systems, we suggest using the following simple 9-step framework.