Start Becoming Profitable Today

by | Mar 25, 2018 | Accounting, Process, QuickBooks | 0 comments

If you’re like many business owners, you may be having difficulty being profitable on a continual basis. Especially with seasonal businesses, the ups and downs can be maddening. It’s almost impossible to imagine having consistent money flow. You’re not alone.

One of the best systems you can implement in your business is Profit First®, a process for managing money that addresses cash flow issues.

You might think that it’s a complicated system to set up, and that you’ll wait until the time is right to begin. But, the good news is, you can do something today. Yes, today! It’s easier than you think, and you’ll thank yourself later.

Bring Profit First® Into Your Business

Get started on better habits by doing just this one thing. Open 2 new bank accounts. One will be an accountmoney specifically earmarked for saving money to pay taxes. The other is to build profit. Even if times are lean, start by making a habit of transferring 1% of your incoming cash from the previous week into each of these 2 new accounts. Each and every week, transfer 1% into your tax account and 1% into your profit account.

It doesn’t seem like much in the beginning, but this is a powerful way to get off the profitability roller coaster. Drops in a bucket eventually cause that bucket to overflow. It’s painless and effective.

This is the basis of Profit First ®, a system of becoming permanently profitable. Stop “flying by the seat of your pants” and begin consistently earning a profit.

Curious? Schedule a complimentary 30-minute call with me.

Lori Petersen - Account Solve CEO

Master Certified Profit First Professional
Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor Guru Certified
Mentor Plus® Advisor

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Lori Peterson


Lori Petersen

Lori Petersen has seen the frustration and loss that business owners experience when they don’t have command of their finances. Growing up, she watched her father work incredibly hard as a contractor. He’d come home late, eat the dinner kept warm in the oven, and do it all over again the next day. But it all came crashing down when he had to close the business and Lori’s family applied for food stamps. The business had failed and all of his hard work was for nothing. 

Today, Lori views every one of her clients as an opportunity to make this right. She firmly believes no one should work as hard as her dad did and not have a profitable business. No family should suffer because business finances were poorly managed. 

Lori has helped hundreds of business owners make sense of their finances, implement proven money management systems and create unimagined profitability for their business. She ensures they experience the return they deserve for their hard labor.

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