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How to tackle financial issues in business

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There are many small businesses with a financial problem that can’t be fixed by working harder. In fact, if you’re working harder in your business, you’re probably not working on your business. Resource management includes managing your own energy, time, and creative power.

The Cost of People

Hiring and training the right person is one of the best investments you can make in your business. Keeping your employees engaged and expanding professionally will benefit them, you, and your business. Employee disengagement is expensive and can even lead to a proprietary loss if unhappy employees leave with critical data and know-how.

Boosting Employee Engagement

The fastest way to lose employee buy-in is to be a lousy communicator. If you are a lousy communicator and you know this, make sure your HR director

  • has the courage to call you on your shortcomings and
  • can help you share information with the right people

If your company is having

, be willing to share this information. Be prepared for some anxiety; after all, financial stress for a company can lead to money problems at home for your employees.

Financial education allows you to end your debts and achieve your goals

Getting Employee Input

Your employees are the ones on the ground at your company. No matter what service or good you’re producing, they likely are seeing the ins and outs of what’s working, what isn’t, and any inefficiencies currently wasting resources. Getting rid of this waste can help your bottom line, but it may take serious changes in your production and planning process. How might financial and human resource control issues affect planning? To free up employee input, have a brain splash meeting. There are only a few rules to a brain splash meeting:

  • No hierarchy. Engineers, CEOs, and janitors can all splash out an idea
  • No belittling or teasing allowed
  • Everyone should be encouraged to toss out at least one idea

Brainstorming gets a lot of press as ways to generate ideas, but storms can leave a lot of loss and money stress in their wake and be unsettling to live through. Brainsplashes are simpler and allow for more creative thinking; nothing in these meetings should be taken too seriously. Your goal is to get ideas free-flowing.

Costing Out Your Jobs

If you’re offering a service that you intend to roll from year to year or season to season, the first round will be labor-intensive. Build this into your quotes as an added fee. For example, if you’re selling financial services, the first round of reviewing tax returns will take a lot of time. Let your new client know this, and give them an expected timeline to show the reduction in fees once you get up to speed on their data. For manufacturers, the first round of products will include not only tooling but testing and a lot of scraps. This needs to be its own line item in your books if not on your invoices. Make sure that your financial records indicate the high cost of first runs so you can take this to your bank if you need a credit or additional funds to get a product line up and running.

Study the Cost of Your Money

Debt consolidation is a phrase that has gotten a lot of bad press, thanks to folks using these loans for personal unsecured debt while running up even more personal unsecured debt. However, if you’re carrying several different loans or lines of credit, take a good look at what this costs you on a monthly basis. How much financial stress could you save yourself by reducing what you pay for money every month? Yes, it’s tempting to settle your financial issues by trying to tackle the smallest debts first. However, this can mean that you lose liquidity and miss out on opportunities. The fees of taking out a consolidation loan can, in the long run, be less than what you lose if you can’t capitalize on a great deal on a tool, raw goods, or real estate. Money problems often spring up because we’re more focused on getting rid of the debt than on getting the money we need at the best price.

A/P and A/R

You have to pay your bills; we all have to keep raw goods flowing in to get a product out the door. Make sure you put as much time and effort into your invoicing process as you do into reviewing your A/P outgoings. Stay on top of those who tend to pay late. Bonus the folks who pay early with a personal note or even a gift card. Folks who pay on time make it possible for you to pay on time. They’re not unlike the employee who delivers consistent results 5 days a week. Nothing splashy, but very valuable. If you can’t manage the invoicing process, hire a professional service to help you. It’s never fun to chase folks for money; the topic is loaded and you may learn things about human nature that both surprise and disappoint you. However, it’s critical that money continues to move at speed to keep your business up and running and the economy rolling along in general. By hiring a professional service to chase after unpaid bills, you can take a step back from business relationships that are no longer serving your bottom line without getting personally involved.

Guard Your Own

If you have equity in your home or any other object of value, it can be tempting to put those available dollars into your business during uncertain times. Consider this decision very carefully. Unless you’re absolutely certain that this investment can make the equity loan payment or cover the extra required for your mortgage, do NOT put your personal assets or credit rating at risk.


We live in interesting times. Financial fragility is becoming a constant across many classes, both personally and professionally. Those who are still working are not spending, and those who aren’t working are suffering. You have professional obligations and personal responsibilities. Do what it takes to keep your employees engaged, to promote your work and get paid for it in a timely fashion, and to protect your home, family, and personal finances from business financial stress and money worries.


What are some money problems?

A positive cash flow can make financial bottlenecks

Sometimes the money we earn is not enough, we fall into debt that we put off as there are no more ways to pay it and there are times where we spend it so fast that we do not even realize it. There are many money troubles, but the reason will always be the bad money management, and if we start from the bottom, every dollar has to be used to improve and to maintain us, so that step by step we can progress in an intelligent way. The main problems of the financial problem thanks to a bad management are; not having enough income, postponing the debts and that they accumulate, the costs of the insurances tighten our wallet, living for today, bad management of investments and being unemployed. 

Should we be discussing money troubles with others?

The best thing we can do is to seek help when we can not move forward, as long as it’s to the right people. When we talk to trusted colleagues about our financial situation, they can give us advice or help us to get out of a bad situation. However, professional help will always be better. The financial therapy is important to our personal finance as well as our business ones, a financial therapist helps to build the necessary steps to work towards financial goals, to make a budget and to promote a healthy relationship between the resources and us. The financial difficulty will be there, and a therapist or a financial advisor will assist us to avoid it by solving problems such as bad spending habits, identity theft, and other financial challenges

How can money affect your mental health?

Money can bring peace, security, and happiness, as well as stress, insecurity, anxiety, and depression. It all depends on how you are doing in your financial situation, but financial distress is a real problem that can create mental health problems. Not having enough money to pay off outstanding debts and not finding a solution, you can witness stress that can be momentary. But if these problems become frequent and you are constantly stressed out with your financial trouble, you will develop an anxiety problem that will generate a mental health issue, which will gradually add to negative and mentally damaging behaviors. All this stress can be caused by problems such as student loan debt, credit card debt, bad habits, mismanagement of the emergency fund, poor financial planning for retirement savings, and finally others mismanaged money decisions that can generate a financial crisis and even affect the family life

Why is money such a problem?

Nobody aspires to have a money issue. Money is simply a payment method, it is the good and asset that we need to pay services that cover our basic needs such as food, housing, transportation, electricity, water, and everything we need to live. Money becomes a problem when our salary is not enough when we need to pay for things and we can’t, their money can change someone’s personality since it becomes necessary. Sometimes, people can be obsessed with having unnecessary credit card expenses, as well as become depressed by not having enough money to cover a student loan. Money changes people, so have a financial advisor or financial planner who will not only have money conversations, they will help you with budgeting and saving for retirement