Best practices for new business owner

 If you started a new business this year, that means you saw a unique opportunity to provide your customers with a product or service that they need during this time.

Congratulations! However, starting your business comes with time constraints, tough decisions and well thought through processes.

Here are some best practices that will help guide you in the first few months of your new venture!


Your business is your baby, but if you do everything yourself, you might become overwhelmed and make mistakes that will just delay your success.

Although it’s tough to relinquish control, it will help you in the future. Finding partners that you can trust is a great start.

Consider outsourcing tasks that are time consuming and might not be your strengths. These can be marketing, accounting, office management tasks.

Separate Business & Personal

You might have heard this one before, but mixing your personal and business expenses will make your business open to administrative and costly accounting mistakes.

Separating your accounts will make your taxes easy to manage and your accounts payable and receivable clean and organized.

Take on too many opportunities

Early success might open you to other opportunities or other market segments. It is important to stick to your original market and focus on your original business goal.

Once you have all organized and have your processes in place, you can add on additional products/ services and grow your company.

These are just a few quick tips to get your started.

We are happy to provide business consultancy to our clients to ensure their success and become their trusted partner in the future. 

We are happy to help with any questions you might have, as well as your accounting, tax and payroll needs.

Piligrim Accounting Inc. – (416) 514-1741 or info@piligrim-accounting.com.

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