Source: Forbes | Repost QBScott 4/21/2021 –
Nearly everyone felt the financial implications of the Covid-19 pandemic, but small businesses were some of the hardest hit. Many reported slower sales and supply chain disruptions that forced them to scale back their business operations.
The pandemic isn’t over, but small businesses are slowly starting to recover and rebuild, with the goal of resuming normal operations once restrictions are lifted and the tidal wave of business starts flowing. But now, cash-strapped entrepreneurs face a new challenge: rebuilding and growing a business without taking on a full-time job in the process.
Here’s how you can work on your business — instead of in your business — when you’re short on cash and employees who can help out.
How To Rebuild After The Pandemic
As you begin to rebuild your business, you’re probably starting to wear new and different hats out of necessity. Cash flow is limited, so rehiring a whole full-time staff to take care of everything might not be an option.
Author: Scott Meister, CPA
I help small businesses, accountants, bookkeepers, office managers, and business owners with their accounting needs. I’ve used QuickBooks since 2002 and train folks on how to use it efficiently. I create high-quality video training tutorials for QuickBooks and post them on QBScott.com.
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