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In addition to expenses, your business budget should include income. You can project what you expect your monthly income to be on your budget worksheet. If your company revenue goes up, this of course gives you a larger budget to work with. When you have the numbers documented on paper, it is easier to plan and adjust your business operations accordingly.
Setting up a budget can be as simple as drawing out a budget worksheet with columns allocated to start-up costs (if you are launching a business) and monthly operating expenses. Depending on your type of business, expenses include items like business equipment, office supplies, inventory, shipping costs, furniture, licenses and permits, leases, utility costs, insurance, legal and accounting fees, salaries, travel and transportation costs, entertainment, benefits and advertising and marketing costs.
So how do you get started? You need to first state to yourself that you will take action. Action is what will be required of you to make your financial goals a reality. Next, you need to discuss your plans with someone else. It can be anyone, whether a partner, your children, a friend or even a co-worker. Telling someone about it gives you accountability towards your goals and does not let you off the hook for it.
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