Making changes to processes in an active business is like changing the tires on a car at highway speed. It may be worth it in the long run, but it’s a huge challenge in the short run. The best way to approach such transitions is to find the slowest possible times of the year to implement changes.
One time of the year that things slow down just enough to make some changes is the first couple of months of the year. Everything is closed out and cleared out, and you can start the new calendar with some new techniques. And if you’re just now venturing into business, start on the right foot.
If you felt that 2015 had too much complexity, too many errors, and not enough good news from taxes, look through some of the possibilities for saving in 2016.