Why “two black lines?”
What does that mean?
Every business must keep track of money it earns versus money it spends. In accounting, this is represented on a Profit and Loss Statement (or Income Statement). That’s where net income – what many refer to as “The Bottom Line,” – is underlined with two black lines.
Every business is different, and every business owner has their own reasons for owning their business coupled with their own joys that make them want to keep it going.
But every business needs to keep an eye on the bottom line.
I help you do that.
Stay out of the red by keeping an eye on your two black lines.