What’s the most important thing in your business?
Some people would say it is you – the boss. Some people would say staff are your most important asset. Others might say it’s the quality of the product or service you provide.
They’re all wrong. It’s money. Money makes the world go round and it certainly keeps your business afloat. Without it you’d be buggered as a business.
So who do you trust to look after your money? Who do you trust to look after your business’s finances, its books, its accounts? You?
If it’s your most important asset wouldn’t you want the best people looking after your money? People who can help you make your money make even more money for you, and make your business even more successful?
That’s one of the reasons bookkeeping company, GoFi8ure, has won so many awards. Because it’s been judged by experts to be very, very good at what it does – and what it does is help small business people to manage their money by keeping ‘the books’ in good order.
It offers financial solutions, not just financial band aids.
The multi award-winning company is also a Xero partner and was recently named the Xero Bookkeeping Partner of the Year New Zealand 2016.
At the same time the company was a finalist in the Wellington region Business Excellence Awards for 2016.
The fact that GoFi8ure consistently wins industry awards means it consistently performs above average, and that means its clients consistently get above average advice and service.
And when that advice and that service is focused on managing your business’s financial affairs you can have faith that your most important asset is in good hands.
And that’s critically important if you want your small business to grow into a bigger business.
Lots of Kiwi small business people take a DIY approach to their accounts, or entrust the job to someone who’s not necessarily well qualified.
But that can be dangerous because of the many tax and legal complexities with which every business must comply and that can trip up the unwary.
Having the right financial and bookkeeping advice is an investment in the development and growth of your business, and it’s an investment in your own peace of mind – and in some cases, your health. Worries about the financial fitness and sustainability of your business can be very stressful, especially if you have mortgaged your house or borrowed money to start your company.
So if you are serious about your business, if you think it’s important to be the best at what you do, make the call to work with the best.
Who knows? Maybe if you do you will win some awards of your own! Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to chat further.