Managing money in the office isn’t just something the in-house accountant or bookkeeper needs to do.
Many people might be involved in budgeting, including the heads of different departments who need to make sure their allocated budget is spent wisely.
Microsoft Excel is often used to help with financial management. If you’re not already using it, you could achieve better finances by picking up some key skills.
One of the benefits of Excel is that it has some useful templates for both personal and business financial management. It’s possible to create your own templates, but it’s also valuable to have some that are already there for you to use.
Avoid Use of Separate Accounting Software
Some businesses start using dedicated accounting and finance software to manage their money. These programs can work for those companies that need a range of special accounting functions. However, using Excel is often enough, and can help to save money.
Organise and Visualise Finances
Excel makes it easy to keep numbers organised, to find what you need, and to create great visuals for a better picture of company finances. Instead of just keeping spreadsheets, lists and statements, you can create graphs and charts for a clearer picture.
Learn the Most Important Excel Skills
Every office worker needs to have some essential Excel skills, but anyone managing money definitely requires them. With the right training, everyone who needs to use Excel in their day-to-day role can make sure they’re up to speed and knows as much as the next person.
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