If you are organised when it comes to your business, your business will become more productive. That’s just a fact that everyone knows. But even if you are not a very organised person yourself and have been struggling with organisation for a number of years, you can still have a more organised business this year by doing a few simple things. Here, then, are the easiest ways to keep your business more organised this year:
De-clutter your office space
De-cluttering your office space is a good start in your quest to become more organised. Clutter affects productivity and efficiency because it tends to distract us from goals and tasks. Since it is already springtime, it’s the perfect time to do a bit of spring cleaning. Start with your office space. Take a look around and see what needs to be sorted out. For instance, if you have broken or old electronic items, recycle them or throw them away. The same is true for things you no longer use. One rule of thumb: if you haven’t used it for a year, then chances are you will no longer use it. Donate the item and feel better in the process.
Fix your paperwork
Any business, especially businesses which have been operating for some time, will have mounds of paperwork. Your files probably take up a lot of space, so it would also be a good idea to organise them. How do you do this? Start by going through your files and seeing which ones are already outdated or irrelevant. Throw these away. If you are worried about throwing something away which may turn out to be important later on, the solution is simple: scan it.
Do away with those receipts
As a business, you will have receipts – and a lot of them, as well. But those receipts, albeit small, can also take up a lot of space and add to the clutter. What you can do is scan them all – receipts from taxis, restaurants, supply shops, and so on. There are now special applications for scanning receipts which you can either download onto your gadget and then export to the accounting or reporting system you are making use of.
Consult with an accountant
The thing is, whether you are running a small business or operating a big corporation, you need to settle your taxes. You need to be organised when it comes to your financial records and data. This is where help from an accountant comes in. Tax season is coming up, and that’s the perfect time to consult an accountant. But even if it’s not tax season yet, a good accountant, such as accountants in central London from GSM & Co., can help keep all your financial records in order, allowing you to focus more on organising the other aspects of your business.
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