C18.1 Profit Autopilot - Introduction
Among the largest contributors to the failure of both small and larger businesses, are either, they fail to make a profit or they incorrectly account for their cash and run out of money to pay their debts and tax liability.
This is particularly acute in small businesses where the owner/operators do not necessarily have much experience in financial matters and find themselves in an unexpected cash flow crisis.
The Profit Autopilot turns conventional accounting on its head by starting with a focus on profit first. It also introduces a simple set of "Piggy Banks" that give you a “set and forget” approach so that when tax and other expenses become due, you have sufficient funds to pay. And, along the way, you have also taken out not only a Wage but a Profit as well.