4 resolutions every small business should make for 2023

4 resolutions every small business should make for 2023

2023 is here, and after hailing in another new year, it’s time to get back to business. Making resolutions for the year ahead is one thing every business should do. Setting realistic goals and milestones that are relevant to your company will help you achieve a new level of success, especially if you are a small business with big ambitions!

To help you get started, we’re here to share the resolutions every small business should make for 2023.

Monitor and manage your expenses

The tracking of expenses is one accounting task many sole traders and businesses don’t take seriously. But, unbeknown to most, monitoring your expenses can make a huge difference to your bottom line, which means you’ll have more money to spend promoting company growth.

There are a number of tools that can be accessed to make tracking business expenses as simple as it needs to be. With these helpful tools and professional support from us, you can be better prepared to claim expenses and save even more money.

Tracking your expenses will also help you accurately record your income to enhance your financial health as a whole.  Keeping your business and personal expenses separate is one thing we’d recommend to keep things straightforward.

Refresh your business plan

Whether you’ve been serving your customers for months, years or decades, it is important to note that business plans should evolve.

With this in mind, you should aim to refresh your official business plan at least once a year to ensure your goals and ambitions complement your current market conditions and target audience. So, what better time to do just that than at the start of a new year?

Forecast for the months ahead

Your finances should also align with your brand new business plan. Our forecasting service ensures all the benefits of unlocking a clearer view of your finances can be harnessed. With an accurate financial forecast in tow, you can stay as informed as possible when making those big or little financial decisions, and establish goals that are realistic and viable.

Invest in your workforce

The team behind your brand is the driving force of your entire business, but they need investment to achieve their full potential. By freeing up funds with expense claims, you’ll have the money to invest in staff and your wider company culture to ensure they have the support they need to fulfil their roles to the best of their abilities.

By investing in your staff, you can look forward to great returns with a happy, productive workforce the key to every successful business.

For further advice and support achieving or sticking to your small business resolutions, contact our team today.