Poor financial management is one of the primary reasons businesses close within the first year of operations.
In an effort to save money, many small business owners try to tackle keeping their own books. But this can really be a disaster if the person behind the computer keyboard of the ledger doesn't know what they are doing.
A good bookkeeper or accountant is one professional you should definitely have in your small business tool box. They can keep you legal, in the black and up-to-date. They can also help you grow your business by analyzing your cash flow, profit and loss, etc.
Attend our next
Meet The Expert session on Feb 20 where
Lance Bradstreet of Bradstreet and Co CPAs will share discuss in more detail the benefits of using a professional to do your finances.
(see article below).