You’ve made it to the end of 2022! It’s the season for landscaping businesses to round out those last jobs for the year and reflect on what worked and what didn’t.
Hopefully, you saw growth in your business – either internally with your team, through client satisfaction, innovation in your offerings, and increased revenue!
As you prepare for Spring 2023, you probably see some (or many) numbers on your books that are less than satisfactory. You wish you came out on the other side of a job with more profit to show for it, and you’re not sure how to get ahead of the curve for this year.
Here’s the thing – you might do a good job with the landscaping bookkeeping at the start of a new year, but as business picks up in the warmer months, much of your DIY bookkeeping can easily be neglected. This isn’t a sign of whether or not you care about your business’s finances. The fact is that it’s just easy to pay less attention to your money when it’s flowing easily. Busy season is no joke, and it’s okay if you can’t be superman and get it all done. If you’re handling it all on your own, some money management details will inevitably fall through the cracks, but you may not realize that until the end of the year (AKA now).
But 2023 doesn’t have to end up like 2022. You don’t have to be in the same spot in December of next year, finally realizing that you could have been more profitable and wishing you could do something about it!
A solid bookkeeper can alleviate all of these fears for you. Outsourcing your landscaping bookkeeping means that you don’t have to worry about the nitpicky financial details anymore. A good bookkeeper will be meticulous as they track your daily transactions and keep your books in order for the duration of the year. No financial mix-ups or accidental spending will get past them, so you can have peace of mind and get back to the work you do best.
AccountSolve provides bookkeeping and accounting for landscapers in this exact situation – schedule a call today and let’s talk about how to set you up for success in the new year!