Obviously, your accountant will be your chief advisor in keeping your tax bill as low as possible… leaving more of that hard-earned revenue for your business’s bottom-line, and available to help fuel your firm’s growth.
But there are many other experts in your CPA’s network who can help stop or slow some of the other “leaks” of cash from your business.
Do you have a great, trustworthy business attorney? Your accountant likely does… and that’s another great referral for your business. Your company might have liabilities you haven’t thought about… but the time to think about them is before you’re hit with a lawsuit.
And, speaking of liability, does your firm have all the right insurance for a business of its type? It’s a good bet that your CPA knows an expert business insurance advisor you’ll be able to trust to keep your company covered.
From business bankers to business coaches, your CPA likely knows the key experts who can help you protect and grow your company – and your profits.
Your CPA has a great business “team” at their disposal… and those experts can be on your business’s team, too. Next time you’re meeting with your accountant (which, during this time of year, may be soon), don’t forget to ask who they can recommend to help with whatever challenges or opportunities might lie on your firm’s horizon. It’s great to be in business for yourself… but you don’t have to be in business by yourself.