How to Kill Your Business in 4 Easy Steps

  1. Do everything yourself so you can save money
  2. Keep working In your business instead of On your business
  3. Ignore sales & marketing because you’re so busy paying your bills
  4. Too busy trying to get the product/service out the door to look at the numbers

When you’re an entrepreneur in the beginning, it is often necessary to wear many hats. But there comes a time when you are going to just keep spinning your wheels if you don’t delegate some of the functions in your business. Do you ever find yourself saying any of these things:

  • I need to focus on sales and marketing to grow my business, but the bookkeeping keeps me busy for hours
  • I hate doing the bookkeeping, but if I delegate it to someone else, I can’t be sure it’s being done right
  • I’m not sure what my payables or receivables are at any given moment
  • The only way I know how much money I have is to go online to my bank account
  • There’s no way I can do any financial forecasting because I am either way behind in my bookkeeping or not comfortable with the numbers
  • I can’t afford a full-time bookkeeper

Well, maybe you’re beyond that now. Maybe you have hired someone to do your bookkeeping …your admin person. How’s that working for you?

Do yourself a favor. Turn some of those bookkeeping and accounting responsibilities over to people you can trust to get the job done right. Leverage your admin/bookkeeper’s effort with guidance and supervision from the trained professionals at Cohen Consulting Group. Quit running your business from the seat of your pants. With timely and accurate reporting, you can make more informed decisions about your business.  And the time saving benefits will allow you to focus on what you do best.

Don’t wait. Contact us now for more information.





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