Do you feel like you’re the only one struggling to keep your small business afloat?
Being a small business owner isn’t for everyone, whilst there are a lot of perks – such as being your own boss! – there can also be some downsides as well.
There is a certain amount of vulnerability that comes with running your own business, and it’s important to have the right support along that journey. You shouldn’t do it all yourself and you shouldn’t be afraid to ask for help. These people are there to help fill knowledge gaps that you may have, as well as take off your hands any work it may not be necessary for you to undertake.
Having a support team can also make you see that you’re not alone in your business journey and that everyone has their own struggles.
Below is an overview of who I would suggest should be a part of any small business owners’ core support team and the types of tasks that can assist with:
- Day-to-day financial operations
- Recording of financial transactions
- Assistance with online accounting software
- BAS Reporting
- Management Accountant.
- Strategic financial operations
- Interpreting, reporting and summarizing financial information
- Tax Accountant
- Strategy for Tax and Entity Structure
- ASIC and Income Tax Reporting
- Laws relevant to your business and specific circumstances
- Online presence – website, social media, email marketing, blogging
- Offline presence – brochures, business cards, events
- Business Strategy
- Impartial advice
- Human Resources
- Hiring and firing of staff
- Development of policies and procedures
- Financial Adviser
- Personal Wealth Creation and Investment Advice
- Insurance and Protection
Just remember, no man or woman is an island!
The ideal position is to have all of these people working together on the same page to ensure that you get to where you want to go as smoothly and quickly as possible without out feeling so alone.
Love Miss EBS xx
If you would like to add Experienced Business Solutions to your support team, please get in touch!
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- On March 30, 2016
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