After all the planning that went into starting your business, the time has come to build on all that research and analysis investment to sustain short-term success well into the future. How long has it been since you revisited your business plan? Do your financial statements provide insights into the health of your business? How do you identify employees who can take on routine and managerial responsibilities, freeing you to envision what issues or trends affect your business expansion? You’re sure to gain knowledge and instinct as your business experience grows. But even veteran entrepreneurs can benefit from the perspectives of others experienced in guiding business growth.
The farther in advance you can plan and prepare for business growth challenges, the more likely it is that you will be able to minimize any negative effects. Preserving cash, keeping people motivated, and continually finding more office space are just a few of the issues that you will encounter. At Bond Beebe, we want to help keep your business growing and we have the experience and technical expertise to do it. Our clients, especially small to mid-sized growth-minded enterprises, appreciate the full range of accounting, tax and business advisory services we have to offer.
Because your financial statements provide insights into the health of your business, our accounting and assurance team of experienced Certified Public Accountants will ensure your books are in good order, assisting you in developing a reporting system that gives you the all the information you need to make sound business decisions for managing growth. We’ll project cash flow based on reasonable expectations for sales and income, demand for your product and services, regular payments (e.g., loan payments and rent) and other factors. Our forensic accounting experts can work with your team to developing sound internal controls critical to fraud prevention. And our business advisory group can help you stay on top of the changes in projected cash flows, tax increases, rising sales and profit margins.