Your accounts have the potential to tell you so much more than how much profit you made, and how much tax you owe.
Skilled analysis of your accounting data can help you to forecast how your business will perform in the future, to model how opportunities and initiatives might work out, and can even help you to identify new growth opportunities.
But not every business owner finds it easy to learn to make senses of the numbers.
I’m Jim Cahill and I help business owners interpret their financial information so they can make better decisions.
I graduated as an engineer before I switched to accounting. Before I made the switch, I was advised that I would find accounting very difficult. And, I have to admit, accountants don’t always make it easy for non-accountants to understand the accounting information.
Because of that, I am very aware of the difficulties non-accounting people have with accounting jargon.
In fact, the feedback I get most often is that I’m much more understandable and approachable than other accounting and finance professionals my clients have worked with.
I really believe that having good financial support makes it much easier to manage any business.