Making 2013 the Best Financial Year Yet

New year, new chance to start things off right. According to a recent article on Entrepreneur.com called How to Change the Financial Future of Your Business, there are certain simple steps you can take at the beginning of the year as a business owner  to improve your financial health. Here are a few examples:

Review the last year: Find out what strategies were successful and which flopped, and use the lessons you learned to help you move forward.

Use metrics: If you were tracking statistics last year, review them and find trends. If not, choose three important stats and start.

Cut costs: Easier said than done, but look for ways to find the best price on everything, including borrowing.

Cash flow plan: Cash is king in most industries, and you must have a budget or a plan in place in case of hard times.

In some industries, even a cash reserve isn’t enough and expenses must be paid. Invoice factoring is one option for businesses seeking to optimize cash flow and get back on track in the new year.

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