Business accounting isn’t just a way to measure your profit performance; while it’s certainly true that our business advisors can use your accounts to show you how much money you’re making, your financial records are also important for your overall business management.
By recording all of your financial transactions you have the data available to create reports and compare different aspects of your business. While any business owner can hazard a guess as to how their company is performing, the numbers are your hard and fast facts that cannot be ignored. By looking at the figures in black and white, you know that you’re basing your business decisions on real, quantifiable information and not just hopes or aspirations.
Our business advisors can help you to make the most from our financial information
Forward planning is an essential part of managing any business. Our business advisors here at Blue Skies can take the facts and figures from your business accounts and use them to demonstrate areas where you could see better growth, or ways in which you could cut down on your expenditure. By taking care of your business accounting you can manage your forecasts and budgets much more thoroughly and accurately, and develop strategies to keep you moving in the right direction.
Our business advisors can also use your accounts to create various financial statements which will show you your exact positioning when it comes to your sales, lenders, suppliers, creditors and liquidity. You can then use this information to compare your company’s performance against your industry as a whole or simply against previous years’ figures.
Business accounting isn’t just for your tax returns
Many people labour under the illusion that business accounting is just about making sure that you can submit your tax return to HMRC at the end of the year and meet your tax liabilities. However, business advisors across the world have been using this information for many years to help companies grow and develop.
Your financial records can help you keep control of your assets, understand your employees and ensure that you have all of the information that you need, exactly when you need it, to make educated business decisions, rather than taking dangerous, wild guesses.
Business accounting isn’t rocket science, but it is the only way to know exactly where you stand and exactly where you’re heading.