Did you know there are only four ways to grow your business? They are:
Swick and Associates have the skills and resources to help you maximize the potential of your business, and we use our proactive strategies to do it.
With our business consulting services, we design a plan that prioritizes each of the four elements to help you meet your business’s specific needs, while increasing your potential for greater growth.
Check out our newly expanded Consulting Services to see how we can help you maximize your business’s potential.
In addition to our Consulting Services, we offer over 40 years of combined professional accounting experience. This includes a proven array of services to handle all your business’s accounting needs. Click below to find out more.
Put your focus back on your business by handing your accounting work over to our firm. When you outsource your accounting function to us, you get a team of professionals working for you. We handle your complex tax and accounting work while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
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Deciding how to price your products and services is one of the toughest choices you'll face as a business owner or manager. Prices affect long-term viability, short-term profits, market share, customer loyalty, and myriad other tangible and intangible aspects of your business. Unfortunately, the guidebook or financial guru who can provide infallible answers doesn't exist. However, certain...
If a significant portion of your company's balance sheet consists of inventory, you may find that "shrinkage" — the variance between physical inventory counts and amounts recorded in your company books — is the culprit behind declining profits. A little digging, especially if you're in a retail business, may uncover an unsettling reason for numbers...
One of the most (if not the most) important indicators of business health is its cash flow. Even if your business is profitable and growing, if you don't have a consistent stream of cash coming in, you'll run into financial trouble. Lack of cash flow is the primary reason that more than one quarter of new businesses fail—29 percent to be exact. Here are some smart strategies...