Business Advisory

QAATS Business Advisory team help clients for following:

  •  Planning & Goal Setting
  • Budgeting & Forecasting
  • Cash Flow Analysis
  • ATO Industry Benchmarks
  • KPI Analysis

Planning & Goal Setting:

Drive your business to next level

For business owners reconnecting with their how can drive them to the next level of business success. Using business insights and systematic tools we can help you in planning to set goals and track progress. Growth is all about reconnecting with your objectives, creating clear indicators and tracking performance in a more meaningful way.

Forecasting

Based on your past performance, we can build a forecast to get an idea of where your business is heading. Analysis of your past performance allows us to detect expected issues at early stage and set a plan in place to mitigate these issues. 

Cash Flow

We help our clients gain an understanding of how cash rolls through their business. By setting you up with our splendid tools, we can trail cash accumulation with the intention to see that business meets its cash requirement on consistence basis and utilize the surplus cash at optimal level.

Business Planning

We discuss your both financial and non-financial goals in detail. What’s your end game? Do you really want to be at the same place, same time subsequent year? Stripping back and asking the right question can help you to recall why you started your business. It’s a practical way to evaluate your growth and plan for the future. We ensure that you are on right track by regular follow up.

Financial Goals for a Business

Financial objectives for a business or the ‘financial aspect’ of goal setting is just as significant as most business owners are in business to make profit. Without a strong financial substance, even the best products or ideas can fail. Financial goals for a business can be both short and long term and can include:

  • Growing your cash flow planning and strategy;
  • Improving revenue by xx% over a period of months/years;
  • Minimizing business debt by a certain amount over time;
  • Holding a reserve fund for xx months’ worth of expenses;
  • Reducing operating costs through cost-cutting, enhanced supplier relationship etc.; and
  • Increase the overall profitability.

A business that strategies and sets realistic goals is one who is most likely to do well.

Budgeting & Forecasting

Budgeting and financial forecasting are techniques that businesses use to develop a plan, where administration wants to take the business “budgeting” and whether it is heading in the right direction “financial forecasting”.

Though budgeting and financial forecasting are often used together, discrete differences exist between the two ideas. Budgeting quantifies the prospect of incomes that a business wants to achieve in upcoming years, while financial forecasting evaluations the amount of revenue or income that will be attained in upcoming years.

Key points:

  • Budgeting is the financial direction of where administration wants to take the business, helping quantify the expectation of revenues that a business wants to achieve for a future period,
  • Financial forecasting tells whether the business is headed in the right direction, evaluations the amount of revenue and income that will be attained in the future.
  • Budgeting creates a baseline to compare actual results to determine how the results vary from the expected performance.
  • Financial forecasting is used to determine how companies should allocate their budgets for a future period, but unlike budgeting, financial forecasting does not analyze the variance between financial forecasts and actual performance.

Cash Flow Analysis

cash flow analysis is a listing of cash flows that happened during the previous accounting period. A forecast of future flows of cash is called a cash flow budget. You can think of a cash flow budget as a forecast of the future inflows and outflows to your accounts.

A cash flow analysis is not only project with the amount of the cash flows but also the effectiveness of the flows. Many cash flows are constructed with multiple time periods. For example, it may list monthly cash inflows and outflows over a year’s time.  It not only projects the cash balance remaining at the end of the year but also the cash balance for each month.

We help our clients to gain an understanding of how cash rolls through their business. By setting you up with our splendid tools, we can trail cash accumulation with the intention to see that business meets its cash requirement on consistence basis and utilize the surplus cash at optimal level.

ATO Industry Benchmarks

Small business benchmarks are a tool to help you relate your business’s performance against similar businesses in the same industry.

We help our clients to understand the benchmark of their industry, it helps to calculate and compare the data using the benchmarks to show quickly how your business compares to your competitors. This helps business to streamline their strategies for rapid growth.

Keep below in resources:

Small business benchmarks | Australian Taxation Office (ato.gov.au)

KPI Analysis

Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is a quantifiable value that establishes how effectively a business is achieving key business objectives. Businesses use KPIs to evaluate their success at attainment targets. 

Using business insights and systematic tools we can help you in planning to set KPI of your business and track progress.

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