You started your business because you were good at your offer, not because you are a financial wizard. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have to take care of business.
Tiffany Vergara, the instructor for our upcoming Intro to Small Business Bookkeeping workshop, says bookkeeping, accounting, finance, and taxes are functions that many small business owners find confusing, but that doesn’t mean they’re not important. In this blog for her company Green Owl Consulting, she sets out the reasons you should invest in the financial health of your organization, including:
Nonprofits and social enterprises are often regulated more closely than other types of entities,
Local and federal finance laws are constantly changing, and you need to remain compliant, and
Sound accounting and finance practices are powerful tools you can use to make decisions.
Convinced? Join us on August 27 for our evening workshop.