Five Ways to Prepare for 2018
There are many to choose from, and one way to narrow it down is to find one that will help you do your job better. Look for an app that supports your administrative work, such as a new phone system, video conferencing, scheduling, cloud storage, shipping, document management, or data entry automation.
Or you might have a need for apps in marketing and sales, such as social media, customer relationship managers, email list management, or web applications.
If you are not sure where to look, ask your friends what has saved them the most time. Also, feel free to reach out to us to discuss apps that may support your accounting needs.
Upgrade your accounting system.
If your accounting system is not updated to the current version, it may be time to perform the upgrade. Check with us for advice on the current version and any new features that you can benefit from.
Develop your 2018 prosperity plan.
The word “budget” has somewhat of a negative connotation, but a prosperity plan sounds like fun. They are the same, of course, and the idea is to determine what goals you want to reach so that you have a clear path to making your desired prosperity a reality.
Create a theme or mantra.
Want to stay more focused in 2018? A theme or mantra can remind you to stay on track with a particular project or goal. Brainstorm a phrase that will guide you in 2018. Here are some examples:
Delegate something that is not getting done.
One way to feel amazingly rejuvenated and re-energized about your business is to give someone an item that has been on your to-do list for far too long. It amazingly gets done right before your eyes.
We look forward to working with you this next year in support of your business goals and success! Please contact us for a review of your accounting processes and systems to ensure you are getting the best support for your business.
This is general information and should not be acted upon without first determining its application to your specific situation. Please contact your CPA or tax advisor for additional details.
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