Don’t you just dread doing the end-of-year bookkeeping for your small business? Do you put that particular task off because you have a disorganized heap of crumpled paper that you know will take a long time to sort out? It doesn’t have to be like this. If you take a little time at the beginning of the year to set up your filing system and spend a few minutes each week organizing your paperwork, the task of completing your end-of-year bookkeeping will be much more manageable.
If you have started your own business and you understand that the initial stages are extremely tough. Generally speaking it takes a good 3 years for a new business to get off the ground and to break even. Then again, profitability depends on the individual business. So you moved from the validation stage: Ensuring that you business idea had operating capital and you think you’ve covered your bases as you prepared to launch your new company. To make sure your dream venture d