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I think the healthiest business, at all levels, take any excess revenue they have and reinvest it in the business and the people they have. Almost every business is a function of the good people that work there, and losing and replacing employees is a time-consuming and expensive process. This is often inevitable, but investing in the talent already on your staff will pay dividends for your business going forward by helping you avoid this costly process.

When I think about financially sound practices for a business, first in mind is creating a budget and sticking to it, for better or for worse. As difficult as this may be, running up expenses beyond your means is a surefire way to encounter trouble down the road. On the other hand, when things are going well for your business, it’s important to not get too excited and try to dramatically scale up your ambitions or your spending. Investing these windfalls back into your business and your staff will pay dividends for your business going forward. 

Making a budget, following it closely, and not getting carried away in both good and bad times will ensure the health of your business in the future. However, if you’re in a difficult financial situation or worried about the prospects for your business going forward, we’re here to help. The first step in this situation is to seek professional help; Wilcox Law Firm has over 20 years of experience helping businesses in all different levels of distress survive and thrive. If your business is facing a threatening or uncertain future, call us immediately at 904-405-1250. You can’t go wrong by asking for help. When you arrive for your consultation, we will assess your financial situation and lay out your options. If you decide to retain our law firm, we’ll begin to advocate on your behalf with your bank, creditors or whoever you owe money to.