Why New Businesses Should Consult With A Financial Service


Are you thinking about starting your own business? Do you think you have almost everything planned? Successfully running a business involves more than just printing up fliers and opening up a shop. There are long-term goals and pitfalls that you should know about before you even begin. In order to be as successful as possible, you should consider consulting a financial advisor to help you with your plans. Here are some ways that a financial service can help you with your business:

Protect personal assets: Nearly every business will need a loan of some type at some point. This may entail actual money or it may be in the form of merchandise that you order now and pay for after delivery. When these debts are not paid for, the companies in question will use various methods to collect their money. A good financial service will be able to tell you how to protect your personal assets so that they don't get seized to pay off your debt. They'll tell you how to form your company so that only company assets are at risk when you take out a loan. Should your company hit a temporary financial setback, you don't want to have to worry about a lien being put on your house.

Obtain company credit cards: When you've just started your business, you may be tempted to use your personal credit cards to finance necessary purchases. But, like ordinary loans, this leaves you personally responsible for whatever debt is accrued on the card or cards in question. Unfortunately, when you're just starting out and your company has no credit history, it can be difficult to find a bank willing to let you open a credit card. A financial service can help you to navigate the murky waters of credit card offers, finding one that will work for you and your company's situation.

Create a budget: Budgeting for a business can be a lot more difficult than budgeting for home. When you have a regular job, you usually have a fairly good idea of how much income you'll be bringing in on a weekly or monthly basis. Working from that, you can decide whether you'll have enough money to go to the zoo or you need to save that money to put towards fixing up your car. With a company, it's harder to get a clear picture of your income. You have to pay for things like supplies or employees and you may have to deal with customers who are reluctant to pay you. So while your daily reports may say that you're making quite a bit of money, your bank statements may say something entirely different. A financial service (like Weyco Community Credit Union) can help you budget and plan for the lean times so that your company can continue to function even if revenue is slightly less than you expected this week.


17 August 2016

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