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In the situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) experienced a very felt impact which then could hamper the growth of the national economy. Various policies are designed to protect and restore MSMEs in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. One of them is the provision of the President’s favor for Productive Micro Enterprises. SMEs recipients of BPUM in Jenggik Village, Terara District, East Lombok Regency still underestimate financial management. Most of these business actors still mix business finance with personal finance, the determination of cost of goods is done simply and intuitively without calculating the costs incurred carefully, lack of knowledge about financial records and financial management. The purpose of the Community Service Implementation activity in this training for MSMEs recipients of BPUM is to be able to increase their business in the future so as to increase the ability of MSME actors in managing finances to increase profits by developing their business, and knowing the development of their business The method of implementing community service in Jenggik Village is divided into three stages, namely the initial stage of interviews and field observations, the second stage is the implementation of training, and the final stage is mentoring as well as monitoring. The results obtained from this activity are able to increase knowledge and skills in running their business by recording good business activities, starting from journaling, posting ledgers, to preparing Financial Statements.
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