Small business owners often spend so much time on the daily tasks of running a company that they lose sight of their financial benchmarks. It’s not just worthwhile; it’s essential to block out time to review your 2015 goals to ensure a more profitable, productive 2016.
In addition to reviewing operational, sales, marketing, and employee relations targets during a year-end review, business owners should assess three key financial components: budgeting, cash flow, and account receivables. Read on to discover how planning now can help your small business grow to the next level.
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