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Five ways of getting out the red

So your company might be in the red and if it does you might need to consider one of these options to get yourself out of it. Every company faces a point in time where things get tough, it’s natural.

The saying “in the red” generally means your business is running at a loss. If your income statement shows you’re running in the red you’re going to start having to look at options of getting out of it.

Try these steps:

1.  Reduce your expenses.

  • What can you cut from your spending? is there anything?
  • can you reduce the amount of money you take from the business?
  • can u get better deals from suppliers?
  • are there any assets you no longer need? sell them!

2.  Increase your sales.

  • Are you able to charge more for your product or service?
  • What is needed to sell more?

3.  Get advice — an advisor may be able to help you turn it around.

Advice from a professional can really help you out, they know how to get your business back on track. Companies like Goodwin Law are experts at this!

Other methods of getting a company out the red are:

Financial Restructuring

Quite an extreme option but it might be necessary to ensure the company stays afloat. Financial restructuring is when a company re-organises their spending to make sure the company can still function. Its best getting experts in to handle this as its a very complicated job. Keeping the company going is top priority and in this case it literally pays to hire the people who know what they’re doing.

 

 

Paying Employees Differently

Rather than paying employees a pay rise, you could offer stocks instead. Giving employees shares in the company can give them more value than a pay rise if the company grows. Paying employees with stocks gives them the sense of working harder to grow the value of their shares. If they own a part of the company they will feel incentivized to work harder too.

Downsizing the Business

Essentially you’ll be paying off staff so the company can continue working. No one wants this but unfortunately its necessary sometimes. It’s a difficult process but can be good for both the business and the employee.

While it’s not good to hear that a company is in the red every company at some point will of struggled financially and it’s good to know what methods you can take to try to stay afloat.

 

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