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Learn How to Pay Yourself First

Learn How to Pay Yourself First

The finance and administration components of a business are often overlooked or not given the due care they deserve. If you're waiting for the end of each financial year for your accountant to prepare and present your books you may get a very big surprise when you find out the results.

What will be covered:
- Understanding what you need to do to be able to pay yourself first
- The importance of gross profit dollars
- A dollar is not a dollar
- Budgets & cashflows in a post covid world
- Defending the breakeven perspective
- Reporting both financial & operational
- KPIs

- Clarity on the key numbers that need to be measured
- A high level operational budget
- An understanding of how operational implementation & financial reporting support each other

Who should attend:
- SME owners that manage their own budgets & cashflows
- People that want to u/stand their numbers from both an operational & financial perspective
- People looking to u/stand the importance of knowing their gross profit & breakeven position
- People that are in 'start-up' mode (3 years or less)

Phone: 066501711

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Friday 7 August, 10:00am to 12:00pm


Restrictions: All Ages

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Phone: 066501711


Hawke's Bay Business Hub, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
36 Bridge St, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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