Businesses are all about value. Finding value for their clients, creating value for their stockholders, squeezing out every bit of value from all of the work their employees and executives put in, etc. How much a business is worth depends on the amount of value it can provide the marketplace and those who work for the business. When everything is streamlined and the value of every labor hour accounted for, everyone at the business wins, because more customers will flock to the business and increase revenue and profits for everyone. In order to find the most value in all operations of your business, you have to sharpen your budget and stay as efficient as possible.
When looking at your budget, it’s important to remember that many operations of your business are necessary to increase revenue and expand your business. If you can’t expand and expect to tread water for any period of time, you won’t be around long enough to finally make a profit. The name of the game in business is always to move up, expand, and take on the competition. If you aren’t growing, they are, and sooner or later they’ll squeeze you out. How you avoid this is streamlined budgeting, focused on providing value for every expense.
Paul Olson is a business consultant and advisor living in Denver. He specializes in creating value for businesses so that their leaders choose to sell them; they are getting the maximum amount of profit from the sale and avoiding the biggest taxes whenever possible.
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