What are your 2020 small business goals? Do you want to increase revenues by 20%, decrease employee turnover, or launch a new product line? While making New Year’s resolutions, you’ve probably either thought of a direction for your business or made a detailed plan.
The first month of the New Year can be slow for a small business, particularly seasonal businesses. While you may be glad for a chance to take a break after the holiday rush, now is a good time to take stock of several key aspects of your business.
As a business owner, you know first-hand that taxes can take a big chunk out of your pocket. No matter how small your business is or how large you grow, you’ll always be on the hook for some kind of taxes. However, the tax code is such that there is always room for strategic tax savings as long as you operate within the laws. Your CPA is the best source of tax-saving strategies, but it can help if you present some of your own ideas, too. Here are some that are worth considering.
Cash flow is one of the most common problems that all businesses face. It’s also one of the most crippling financial situations that business owners contend with. There are several steps you can take to reduce or eliminate your business cash flow issues. One or more of the following ideas will likely help your situation.