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Creating a Budget for Your Business – Southwest Recovery Services

Creating a Budget for Your Business – Southwest Recovery Services

Running a business is no easy task. Time and resources need to be allocated to many different areas, such as the finance department. When you have a consistent income flow, you can create a plan for your future trajectory and growth. But what happens when your income isn’t consistent? If your clients aren’t paying you for your services, that throws a wrench in your finances. How do you know where to allocate your resources, if you don’t know if you’ll have them? Southwest Recovery Services is here to help you out. We are a debt collection agency that will recover your clients’ overdue bills. In the meantime, the best thing to do with your current finances is to create a monthly budget. Here are a couple of tips you can follow to sort out your current finances.

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Why Are Budgets Beneficial for a Business?

A budget helps you operate within your means. We recommend creating a monthly budget for the time being, until we can help you manage a more consistent income flow. A budget will help you manage unexpected challenges and turn a profit. Within this budget, you will identify available capital, estimate your costs, and anticipate revenue. We can’t stress enough how important budgeting is, especially when your revenue is inconsistent. It creates a framework for your finances and relieves some of the stress of unexpected costs. If you want to take control of your business, this is a great way to start.

Be Aware of Fixed Costs 

Figuring out your fixed costs is a key objective when you create a budget for your business. Fixed costs aren’t going to change. This means that your productivity levels, sales, income, etc. aren’t going to affect the fixed costs. We have listed examples of these costs below:

  • Rent
  • Payroll
  • Supplies
  • Taxes
  • Insurances
  • Depreciation of Assets
  • Utilities (Internet)
  • Marketing expenses

Your first goal is to have your current income cover the month’s fixed costs. If you don’t have enough income to cover these essentials, then your business can suffer greatly. These are all costs that need to get paid, in order to keep your business open and staffed.

Variable Expenses Are Important Too

Once you have your fixed costs sorted out, you’ll need to pay attention to variable costs as well. These are influenced by how much your company produces or sells or how much you use a specific service, such as electricity. If your old assets need to be replaced, this cost would go under variable expenses as well. 

Southwest Recovery Services Will Collect What Is Yours

Southwest Recovery Services wants to help you keep your business running smoothly. This entails a consistent income flow. Our agents have many years of experience in collecting debt and know how to approach every situation and client. We use every available strategy to collect, such as:

  • Oral and Written Communication
  • Customer Service Quality Standards
  • Effective Negotiation
  • Skip Tracing Techniques
  • Credit Reporting
  • Legal Action

Our team also offers accounts receivable management, which enhances your cash flow and financial predictability. We’ll help you stay in front of invoicing and receive payments continually and consistently. From here, you can create a more thorough budget, and it becomes a vital tool for forecasting the fiscal year. Get in touch with us today, and let us recover what is yours!

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We make it fast and easy to refer past due and delinquent accounts to our professional recovery agents. You decide the range on what you will accept on each case, and you ONLY pay a percentage of what we actually collect to resolve the case. Ready to get started, or want to learn more? Fill out this form and a dedicate account manager will call you to get started.

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