Financial planning for businesses

Business isn’t just about numbers, as anyone involved in the business world will tell you.  But having a firm grasp of the numbers is absolutely necessary if you want to maximise your chances of success.  Failing to plan is planning to fail, and all that….

We’ve put together an article on the sort of things that you need to take account of when putting a financial plan together.  If you’re just starting out then this will point you in the right direction.  On the other hand, established business owners will also get some good pointers.

You can download it here:

Financial planning for businesses

If you have any questions about this or any other aspect of your business, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Andy Hyland.

 

 

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Andy Hyland is the owner of AK Tax & Accountancy, the best accountants Kent has to offer. Andy and his team work with businesses across the UK using the latest cloud accounting technology to help them grow and succeed.

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