These final weeks of the year can often be the busiest, with many competing priorities and that looming deadline of January 1.⠀
From reviewing accounting to checking the inventory and adding-up expenses, this is the time of the year when your small business needs paramount attention.⠀
▪️ Get your financial books in order⠀
▪️ Evaluate your goals from the previous year⠀
▪️ Evaluate your current tax strategies⠀
▪️ Set next year’s goals⠀
▪️ Prepare action plans⠀
▪️ Start implementing your action plans⠀
▪️ Prepare your tax documents⠀
Businesses who fail to plan, plan to fail. Stay focused and keep your business moving forward with strategic goal setting and check-ins. ⠀
To help you get started with your small business goals, the @thebalancecom has listed 19 goals that have the potential to change your business for the better. ⠀
“Pick one or two that are fitting for your small business, turn them into SMART goals (more on that at the end of this article!) and create a plan to tackle them in the coming months.” ⠀
If incorporation, annual returns, or cleaning up your minute books is on your list, we can help.
What does your year-end planning look like?
What activities are you prioritizing?
What are your goals for 2021?
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