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End of Financial Year Accounting Tips for Small Businesses

Date: Friday, June 1, 2018 1:57 PM EST

Startups and incubation businesses fail in the very first year; most of them if not all of them. About 95 percent of startups fail to get their ideas implemented, the most common reason is that they ignore the financials and accounting. They don’t do the math, where will they stand after a year; what would be the profit/loss ratio at the end of financial year. All you need to do is hire people that can do the math, don’t just do it all by yourself, it will get mixed up and eventually, you have to leave it all behind getting tired of the burden and unbearable losses at the end of financial year. There are several things to manage here, managing the investments, marketing and monthly expenses, debt ratio, receivables, and accounting strategies, everything matters.

Here are few accounting tips to consider at the end of financial year for a small business that will amplify your profits and get your business going to the top. All you need to do is divide your business chores and rule the market.

  1. Hire a Professional Accountant

The most critical strategy is to manage the accounts; you can’t do it all by yourself. You need to hire a professional accountant unless you know how things work. An entrepreneur always need to manage funds more carefully than a seasoned businessman. You just need to save your capital, check whether you are gaining or losing at the moment. If your business is not yet ready to let in such expense, there are accounting firms that lend their financial and accounting expertise for small businesses. For small businesses, hiring an accounting firm would be a great idea.

      2. Keep Separate Books for Payment

Bookkeeping in a small or even an established business is an art in itself. Managing the funds and investments, receivables and debts is all the numbers game and you must be sharp enough to catch up to all that matters. You need to pay loans, borrow or lend capital for expansion, and of course, updating your marketing strategy as per the market trends is tiresome and definitely not a one man’s job. All you need is buy more than one billing and bookkeeping software, hire an experienced bookkeeper for all the tasks and don’t lose your sight from what’s going on with profit/loss ratio and funds taken in and out of your balance.

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