Determining Cash Flow
As a small business owner, it’s important to know how much cash is moving in and out of your business. You need to think ahead in order to meet financial obligations and run a profitable business on a long-term basis.
Calculating Start-Up Expenses
Business startup costs can add up quickly. You’ll likely need to invest in equipment, inventory, payroll, software, and office space – just to name a few expenses. Plus, you’ll also have to pay for permits, marketing costs, and any needed legal fees.
Why Is Budgeting So Important?
Budgeting – creating a realistic spending plan for your money – helps ensure you will always have enough capital for business necessities and aids long-term financial planning. Following a budget can also keep you out of – or help get you out of – debt.
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