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Top tips to manage your business finances

4 top tips for managing your business finances

There are several ways you can manage your business finances. However, in this blog, we will be discussing just 4. If you have any questions regarding business finances, or you would like to learn more, then please contact us. You can do this using our details below. Otherwise, please read on…

  1. Invest in growth

Investing in your business is one of the most important ways you can grow and expand your business. Making sure you invest in the future is essential. If you invest in your growth by setting aside money, your business will never be in trouble. It also shows people that you care about your business. We aren’t just talking about clients and customers here, where they will be impressed and persuaded by the amount of care you are taking in the business. We are also talking about future employees. If they see the amount of dedication that goes into the business, they are more likely to want to work for you. Employment is also essential for the growth and expansion of your business.

  1. Budget well

Budgeting well is the success to some companies, no matter the size of them. Setting up good financial habits early on can improve the health of your business’ cash flow. It can be a very simple process. Taking the time out to look at your cash flow both in and out of the business can only take up a small amount of time but can save you much more in the future. In terms of payment, it can also be a good thing to spread them out. This means you won’t be making large payments in full all at once.

  1. Plan ahead

Another thing to do is to plan ahead. The downfall of many businesses is that they won’t plan for the future or move with the times. Especially nowadays, making sure you plan for anything can be essential. It also comes with a lot of responsibility. For example, the green agenda sweeping the UK at the moment is huge, and sustainability for businesses is on the rise (as it should be). People are starting to think more about how they impact the environment and what they can do to better it. Here at WestWon we are proud of our green initiative to plant a tree for every month of a lease agreement. More about that can be found here.

  1. Do not be afraid of loans

You should never be afraid of taking out loans. If anything, finance and leasing can bring many added benefits to your business. This leads well onto my next point…

How can WestWon help?

Here at WestWon we provide finance for a range of assets, as well as agreements that can be tailored to you and your business. Leasing also offers many added benefits. You can preserve your existing lines of credit for the future, as well as always having the newest equipment. This is through implementing a recycling strategy. You can also protect your cash flow and keep it in the business to be used elsewhere. There are tax benefits as well as 100% of the rental being deductible against your company’s corporation tax.

Contact Us

If you would like more information on how you can manage your business finances, or any other finance needs you may have, then please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can email us on hello@westwon.co.uk, or alternatively you can call us on 01494 611 456. You can also see more over on our LinkedIn page.

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