Things for Businesses to Ponder as We Close the Year



We are at a point where our thoughts, our bodies, our souls and all our efforts are focused on the year end festivities.  Family, friends, gifts, parties and we alll deserve it!

After the Holiday season and as we approach the New Year t let’s look back, did we learn any lessons? Let’s review these ones:
  1. Divided houses cannot stand.  Once you make decisions, share it.  Make sure everyone is on the same page.
  2. Appreciate your Colleagues and your clients.  It does not matter how much hot air they make you blow, they are your support.
  3. Part with those who are not helping you.  They may well be partners or clients but  if they can not agree with your policies and procedures, it is time to let go.
  4. Have Plan and expect the unexpected.  This is the most important and crucial part. Make sure you really understand the demographics of your business.  Plan, review, keep in check, make sure you are in compliance, but most importantly know that like natural disasters there are always unexpected circumstances.

About Hickey&Hickey

Hickey & Hickey is not just a Tax, Accounting & Payroll firm we are here to help people become Financially Healthy. Apart from offering financial information online we conduct Seminars geared to individuals and small businesses. Hickey & Hickey no solo prepara taxes, nomina y contauria estamos aqui para ayudarle a mantener su salud economica. Fuera de traerle informacion por internet ofrecemos seminarios al publico, para individuales y empresas.
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