How Accurate Financial Reporting Contributes to Small Business Success and Growth

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Although accounting-related tasks are an integral part of the management of every business, few business owners enjoy the time they spend dealing with their books. Most business owners would rather focus on their products and service, as perhaps they should. Nonetheless, having access to current financial information is essential in order to ensure the success of the company. An example of this would be financial reporting.

Financial Reports Provide Useful Information
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Businesses can use accurate financial reports to evaluate their health and profitability. The information contained in these reports can also be used to plan future business decisions, especially those that pertain to finances. In addition, accurate financial reporting can also help businesses to reduce the chances of theft, embezzlement and internal fraud. When these situations do arise, businesses can catch them early by reviewing financial reports carefully.

Interested parties outside of a company also rely on financial reports to communicate important data about the company's financial position. All business owners are ethically obligated to report accurate financial information to key company stakeholders. Businesses in some industries may even be required by law to generate certain financial reports for specific government entities.

 

Businesses Use Financial Reports for Taxes and Financing

All businesses are required to pay certain taxes, and accurate financial reports are essential to ensure that these taxes are calculated and paid properly. Furthermore, many smaller companies that need to apply for financing or convince investors to provide capital will also need to prepare clear, accurate financial statements in order to secure the money they need to grow.

 

Contact Padgett Business Services

PADGETT BUSINESS SERVICES® has been providing assistance and advice to small businesses since 1966, when we founded as a report preparation firm. Over the years, we have expanded our services to address the needs of our small business clients. However, we are still happy to provide professional, accurate financial reporting at an affordable price. We also offer tools that make it easier for businesses to collect and manage financial information. To learn more about our services, call 800-PADGETT (800-723-4388) today or visit www.padgettbusinessservices.com.

 


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Topics: Financial Reporting, Small Business, Small Business Finance, Small Business Records, Financial Records, Securing Data, Tax Reporting