For many of us, the end of a year wouldn’t be complete without making resolutions for the next one. Desperate to get in shape, scores of people vow to start eating healthier and exercising regularly. If you’re a fan of setting individual goals for the coming year, don’t forget about your business. Take the opportunity to examine your company’s financial health and look for ways to make improvements. If getting your business in tip-top shape is your priority, consider adhering to the following accounting resolutions for 2018.
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