By Sylvie Poitras
Being your own boss and having your own business is very rewarding and the numbers are growing every year. Statistics Canada reported that in 2018 “2.9 million Canadians were self-employed.”
Whether you do a search on “Entrepreneur’s biggest challenges,” “Small business challenges,” “What do entrepreneurs need”… you will find a ton of articles with very similar results.
Two of the most common challenges are time management and cash flow management.
When time is limited, the first thing that gets ignored is what you like the least. Since a great deal of small business owners are “creative” people, the part that gets ignored is the paperwork.
It doesn’t have to be complicated!
Not knowing what your business cash flow is on a monthly basis is like going on a road trip across Canada and not filling up the gas tank before you leave. You’ll get going for sure, but you’ll most likely HAVE to stop a lot sooner than you may have expected and who knows how far the gas station will be.
I get it, record keeping is not for everyone.
But, when you decide to go into business, you HAVE to know the basics and that is what we cover in our courses. We teach you what you need to know, in plain language.
We teach you how to do it quickly and what expenses you need to claim so you can save money when you do your income tax.
Whether you use the services of an accountant/bookkeeper or not, you still need to add up your revenues and expenses to see where you stand.
It's time to Watch Your Business Grow.
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