1. Income Statement: Review your income, cost of sales, and expenses. Are you profitable? If not, what do you plan to do about it?
  2. Cash Flow: How much money do you have in the bank? Are you generating positive cash flow? Do you need to borrow or loan money to the business?
  3. Budget vs. Actual: Compare your actual numbers against your cash flow projections. Update your cash flow forecast.
  4. Accounts Receivable and Payable: Who owes you money? Who do you owe money to? Follow up with accounts receivable due.
  5. Business Expenses Tracking: Evaluate all the expenses and check if there are areas you can cut back.
  6. Taxes: Ensure payments due are up to date and set aside money for future amounts due.


  1. Inventory: count and evaluate your inventory. Identify slow-moving products and excess stock.
  2. Suppliers: Is it time to negotiate a better deal or look for alternatives?
  3. Employees: Review the performance of each employee and set goals for the upcoming month.
  4. Customers: Read customer reviews, comments, and feedback. Are there any issues that you need to deal with?
  5. Process: Are there any areas that need to be improved?

Marketing and Sales

  1. Sales: Are you achieving your targets online and offline?
  2. Marketing: Review the performance of your marketing. Check ROI, conversion rates, and customer acquisition costs.
  3. Website and Social: Review your website and social media performance.
  4. Competitors: Check what your competitors are doing in pricing and marketing

Planning and Goals

  1. Monthly Review: Meet with your staff to discuss your business performance
  2. Goals: Set achievable goals for the next month.
  3. Update your business plan
  4. Create a list of action items and assign responsibilities.