3 Ways to Plug Your Firm’s Money Leaks

Money coming out of sink faucet and going down drainIt’s all about the daily processes.

By Sandi Smith Leyva
The Accountant’s Accelerator

Everyone is looking on the income statement to find places to cut their business expenses. But the best place to look is not on a report.

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It’s in the habits, processes and procedures that you and your team do through your workday. It’s also in the mindsets, the inner game you bring to your work.

Here are my top three money leak sources for you to look at and see what you can find: