While reading Adam’s recent blog on grabbing opportunities the other day, I was reminded of a conversation I had with a friend recently.
Financial planning for businesses goes a little deeper than just accurate accounting. Businesses who master financial planning use their skills to build better cash flow, plan for future cash flow needs, build assets, increase savings, and develop a healthy emergency fund. All of those things work together to help business leaders build and grow their businesses. Understanding why financial planning is important helps businesses understand how they can build a brighter future.
Numerous online and offline publications cover the steps necessary to start a business, but that’s the easy part. All it takes is an idea, a little capital, and a filing at your local tax office. The complexity depends on the type of business and its goals, but getting a business off the ground is fairly easy.
Now that summer is here, more people are on the road taking vacations and long weekends away. It is prime travel time and more vehicles have already popped up on the road since Memorial Day. Thieves like to target travelers and have certain things they look for when deciding to steal a car. If you’re hitting the road over the coming months, make sure you are prepared.