3 Useful Finance Lessons For New Entrepreneurs

Finance lessons that can save the company from sinking down
  • BY Jaspreet Kaur

    Feature Writer, BusinessEx

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  • Oct 29,2018
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  • 11 Mins Read

To administer any business, finance is the utmost thing that is needed. In the absence of it, a company is unable to get off the ground. So, finance is the backbone for every business and apparently, can be called a cause of obstruction as well as the expansion of the organization. Thus, in the initial stages of the course, an entrepreneur is recommended making mindful decisions regarding business investments.  

Ponder While Making Investment Ideas

Important decisions relating to the business investment should be rigorously taken as they can result in the downfall of the organization instead of escalating its stature.  Therefore, an entrepreneur, who is new in the business sphere, should measure both pluses as well as negatives of a business idea and accordingly come to a decision.

Furthermore, the entrepreneur should ensure if a particular decision is not affecting any other segment of the organization.  For instance, if a decision of investing in infrastructure is lowering down the company’s saving by large figures then the organization should mitigate the cost or either procrastinate this investment idea.

Likewise, there are various situations that arise in front of the entrepreneurs who are fresh and unfamiliar with the industry. Despite taking proper measures, novel industrialists fail to make apt financial decisions. To help new entrepreneurs make sound decisions, learn three finance lessons.

  1.    Avert Sunk Cost

Being a new entrepreneur, it is likely that mistakes would be done in the initial course. The fallacies can also lead to making Sunk Cost investment. Sunk Cost is primarily the cost that is incurred and cannot be recuperated later.

Once the business kicks off, a multitude of decisions is taken regardless of measuring their downside. Owing to which, budding entrepreneurs mistakenly endow money in Sunk Cost investment. The investment on Sunk Cost keeps increasing as the entrepreneur believes that bad assets would be wasted if they are not used. This decision, in turn, multiplies the degree of losses instead of limiting them.


  1.    Do Savings for the Future

Savings are essential to upright the business to withstand the unforeseen events. As a result, the entrepreneur should keep saving from the initial time up to successive five years. If the organization achieves small milestones effortlessly, the entrepreneur should not think the venture to be empowering in the industry as these small success rates only signify the organization’s ability of the cope up with the competition.

So, there should not be a fallacy that a company can run smoothly without a large saving. Saving should be done to manage at least first six months and the money should be enough to pay out salaries, expenses and rents   

  1.    Invest in the Company’s Growth

Depressive periods often make companies despondent and they doubt if they will surpass the period and reach the other end. In order to deal with the situation, majorly companies take up wrong measures to tackle the situation and subsequently end up making wrong decisions such as reducing the expense on the sales and marketing.

Doing such action can change things for worse instead of mitigating the effects. Thus, it is recommended to invest in the company’s overall growth by rigorously spending on marketing as well as sales.

Follow these finance lessons so as to avert making futile business investments.   

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