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Preston Little
January 10, 2023

Maintaining Financial Records for Small Business in the Year 2023

A Highly Targeted Method is Crucial for Success in the eCommerce, Retail, and Other Industries

Small business owners dealing with bookkeeping in 2023 will face significant challenges due to both accounting standards and economic difficulties. As with any business, economic uncertainty can greatly affect budget projections, and with predictions of a recession in 2023, the lack of financial and accounting knowledge within small businesses is exacerbating the stress faced by small businesses in various sectors.

It is crucial for small business owners to hone in on their core competencies in order to thrive and expand, but outsourcing can prove beneficial for handling tasks that fall outside of those core areas. Outsourcing to offshore providers for services such as bookkeeping can provide significant cost savings while still adhering to the necessary accounting standards for small businesses.

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