“Let’s talk about your business financial reports…”
… Not exactly an exciting sentence, right?
But you may be surprised at all the great information hiding in those long columns of dates, dollar amounts and invoice numbers.
For example, did you know that your financial reports can give you hints on how to improve your profit margins?
Or that they can help save you from negative bank balances and overdraft fees?
If your bookkeeping is up to date, and you know how to read your reports, you can learn SO much that will both protect AND grow your business!
Now you’re probably SUPER excited and running right to the “Reports” tab in your financial software, right?
Probably not. Maybe it is just financial nerds like us that get that excited about this stuff, but when you do get ready to check out your financials– don’t get overwhelmed!
There are dozens of possible reports you can run, but you only need to focus on three to get started:
(These 3 are so important, that they’re actually nicknamed “the holy trinity” in accounting!)
All 3 are well worth generating, because they all give different helpful perspectives on your business finances:
Pretty great stuff, right?
And that’s just the tip of the (helpful and very exciting) iceberg!
If you want to learn more about these reports, and how to turn them into helpful strategies for your business, check out the attached article (it’s really good at breaking things down into everyday terms). https://bench.co/blog/accounting/financial-statements/
Or just reach out! We deal with these reports every day for our clients and would love to help you, too!
Kerry Postel – Founder CEO Principal
Abacus Business Solutions
Has Higher National Diploma in Business and Finance, Certified in QuickBooks, Member of American Institute of Bookkeepers, and over 20 years of bookkeeping experience including construction, travel, restaurants, events management, and other various professional services.
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