When I play golf, a rangefinder is a must, since it allows me to know the exact distance to my target and enables me to select the right club. You normally have 14 clubs in your bag, so you shouldn’t be using the same club for every shot. If you don’t use the right club, you’re almost certainly are not going to hit your target.
I find that a rangefinder is especially useful on courses I’ve never played before where my knowledge of the course and my sense of the terrain are lacking.
This same concept applies to all growing businesses. Using the right tools or resources could save you a lot of money.
Too often I see companies that are expanding into new states, generating new revenue, but operating under the same old tax strategy and missing significant savings to the bottom line. This is especially true in the management of state and local taxes.