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Strategic Planning

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US Tax Pros strategic business planning process defines our client’s most important strategy, or direction, and makes decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy, including its capital and people.

We use a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) to analyze the business at hand. This allows us to assist our clients in determining:

• Strengths: attributes of management and staff or the organization as a whole that may be helpful in achieving the objective
• Weaknesses: attributes of management and staff or the organization that may be harmful to achieving the objective
• Opportunities: typically external conditions that could be helpful to achieving the objective
• Threats: also typically external, these conditions could do damage to the objective.

In determining the future course of organizations/firms includes posing at least one of three key questions:
1. What do you do?
2. For whom do you do it?
3. How do you do it better than others?

With this in mind we formulate a strategic plan to guide the organization to survive today’s turbulent business climate.

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