As the year draws to a close, business owners should make time to assess their company's performance in 2015—what worked, what needs to be changed, where their profits came from—and use it as a guide to figure out what they want to achieve in 2016. Owners might be tempted to measure every part of their operation, but read on to see what metrics you need to get an accurate snapshot of the state of your business at year's end.
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