Let me ask you a very blunt question:
Is your business successful?
- How do you measure success?
- Do you rely on your checkbook to tell you?
Believe it or not, your company’s financial statements provide valuable information, and you should know how to interpret and use it. As your accountants we believe our obligation is to help you understand your company’s profits and losses, return on investment in your hard and soft assets, in your employees, and your other critical metrics.
- Do you ever worry about cash flow?
- Do you have a way to predict the ups and the downs?
- Do you know what it costs you to sell your product or service?
- Do you know how your overhead affects your profits?
Given that we see and use your financial statements to prepare your annual income tax returns, we have a good understanding of your business’s bottom line. But you know far more than we do about your operations and the environment in which you operate.
Would you be open to a collaborative trend analysis of your financial statements over the last few years? I’m confident it would provide insights that could help you grow profits and business value.
Please get in touch below and we can get started.
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