What Should My Business Budget for in 2022?

It is good business practice to budget your business for the years ahead so you can plan for expenses and growth. As technology and business trends change, business owners need to keep up with the changes and evolve as needed. Make sure you account for all business expenses and also unexpected business emergencies by creating a business budget that your company needs to succeed. In 2022 business owners will need to budget for business growth, here are some business expenses to budget for:

Business Growth

Even if your business is doing well now, you should always have a budget that accounts for business growth. If everyone who worked at your company had to take a 5% cut every year because the company didn’t grow, business growth would be a non-issue. Consider business growth as part of your business budget and plan accordingly.

Business Emergencies

Even if you do your best to stay on top of business expenses and business growth, business emergencies can still put a crunch on your business bank account. Make sure you have enough money set aside for any emergency that may need attention in 2022.

New Employees

Many business owners hire new employees every year. Even if business is doing well, business owners should budget for hiring one or two new employees in 2022. Set the money aside to pay the additional salaries so you don’t have any surprises when tax time rolls around.

Business Health

Every business owner wants business health to stay on top of business costs. Make sure you are giving business owners enough money for office supplies, business expenses, business growth and more.

Business Technology

Technology is constantly changing. Businesses need to keep up with the technology so they can remain competitive in 2022 and beyond. Budget for business technology by setting aside a little bit of money every business budget so you can purchase the business software and business gadgets your business needs to compete.

Budgeting for the business needs of 2022 will ensure that you and your business remain competitive. Make sure you account for business growth, new employees, business emergencies and business technology so your business is prepared no matter what may happen in 2022.

Chris Turn

Chris Turn is the pseudonym of a journalist and writer who has published short stories, essays, and criticism in the Los Angeles Times, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, and the New York Times. Her most recent book, a novel, is The Summoning (The HarperCollins Canada, 2014). She lives with her husband in Toronto.

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