Budgeting For Your Small Business
Budgeting isn’t just something that big companies do. It’s important to budget for your small business, too. This can help you make sure you have enough money to cover expenses and stay on track with what’s coming in and going out of the company. When used correctly, a budget can help ensure that your small business remains financially stable despite fluctuations in sales or unexpected expenses.
Set a budget.
- Set a budget.
- What is a budget? A budget is an estimate of how much money you will earn and spend during a specific period of time, such as one month or one year. It helps you plan for future expenses, so that when they arise, you are prepared to pay them with cash on hand instead of using credit cards or loans from banks.
- Why is it important to set a budget? Setting aside money for fixed expenses such as rent and utilities helps ensure that these obligations get paid without causing problems for other areas of your business (such as payroll). Having an accurate idea about how much money comes in each month also allows you to make decisions about whether it’s worth hiring another employee or purchasing new equipment–without overspending on things that aren’t essential to running the business successfully.* What should I include in my budget? To create an effective financial plan for your company: * Determine which costs must be paid regardless of whether they occur during any given month (fixed) versus those which fluctuate based