Joined: 13 Dec 2006
Location: Cleveland, OH
|Posted: Dec Sun 17, 2006 1:54 pm Post subject: Manage Your Money
|Manage Your Money
The number one reason why all businesses online and off-line fail, is probable because the owners overestimate how much money they have to spend. Many owners will spend more money than the business is making and will eventually fall apart. Many businesses that fail do not know how to manage their money properly and make a few mistakes that cost them big time in the long run. Not only does your business have to make a profit to stay open, you have to know how to manage and properly maintain a business. There are tons of things that have to be organized and ran properly in a business or you might have trouble taking your business to the next level. Having a business strictly online, does cut this job done to a great extent, but there are things you need to make sure they are done.
The first most important thing to do is make sure everything you have and operated is neatly organized. For example, it would be helpful to have all your files organized in folders and all your book work separated. Having a messy office and cluttered files, can lead to mistakes that can take your business into debt. To keep track of all your books, where the money is going and how much is coming in, can be done several ways. You can hire someone to do your book keeping for you for a fee. This fee can vary depending on how often you want it done. Like you can have a company do your books monthly, quartile, yearly, etc. Another way to do it , is by yourself. Some people still do it manually. But more and more people are turning to computers. You can easily do your own books on a computer with a software program. If your computer is fairly new, it might have came equipped with a program that will do this. Two programs that I know of that do a very good job is Quicken and Microsoft Money. I would suggest looking on your computer to see if you already have it, and if you don't, you can buy either one at an affordable price.
The key to a successful business is not only bringing in the business, but to manage your business to the point it will generate the maximum amount of profit possible to get. Hiring employees can be a complicate job if not done the right way. You have to be careful on how you do it. There are rules that have to be followed and things to be considered. You can attend work shops that will teach you how to do this the best way to maximize your profit. The best way to learn is to talk to a friend that has been doing it for a long time, that knows everything you need to learn.
Once you have a successful business, it is time to give some of your profit away to good old Uncle Sam. Having a business can become very complicated and the worst part is giving about 30 percent of your profit to Uncle Sam. You can hire a company to do your taxes for you, which they will charge a fee for the service. Or you can do your own taxes and save the money. There is a very easy way to do taxes these days and it is with a computer program. You may visit the web site I mentioned earlier to get a program that will help you organize and do your taxes for you. One good program is Turbo Tax, which is available at the site mentioned earlier.
To have a successful business it not only takes hard work, but you must have your company organized and working properly, or your company might suffer. If you keep your company's work, employees, books, expenses, etc. organized, then you will be able to maximize your business to its full potential. One good way to learn how, is to surf the Internet and find out everything you can. Or talk to a friend that owns a business and get their free advise. People that have experience with this, is your best source for information.
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