Our business counseling is the backbone of all the services we offer.
Have you recently started a small business, but you could use some help making sure your finances are set up for success? At Gecinger Tax & Accounting, we have just the solution with business counseling services that are geared towards improving profitability for your business in High Point or Greensboro, North Carolina.
To start, we’ll schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your financial statements and other business matters. From there, we can assist in the interpretation of your financial records and reports which includes:
- Analyzing your expenses.
- Working towards the control of unnecessary outflow.
- Reconciling your bank statements to avoid costly money leaks.
- Suggesting new procedures or programs to uncover additional opportunities.
By taking advantage of our business counseling services, we can help you answer some important questions such as:
- Am I doing all I can to limit the amount of taxes I pay and prepare for the future?
- How can I plan for the end of my business, a transfer to relatives, and/or selling my business?
- How do I handle health insurance for myself and my employees?
- When should I raise wages?
- How will new tax laws affect my business and my personal finances?
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Common Questions About Business Counseling
Owning and operating a business is rewarding, but also undeniably challenging. If you feel like you’re struggling to meet your financial goals or manage your finances or you simply want to make sure you’re on the right track toward a stable and financially profitable business, our team at Gecinger Tax & Accounting is ready to help. To help encourage you to consider our business counseling services, we’ve outlined a few common questions below, along with their answers, for your convenience.
What kinds of businesses can benefit from business counseling?
How often should I schedule business counseling meetings?
There’s no set schedule for these kinds of services – if you have an immediate problem or are just getting started, you may want to schedule services more frequently, and then once things stabilize, you may find that you need them less often.