Stanley plan to have their transfer embargo lifted next week so John Coleman can finally get players signed up for the new season.
Under new Football League rules, the Reds have been placed under the embargo as they are late with their 2009/10 accounts going into Companies House.
But club officials are set to meet with their accountants on Tuesday and get the all-clear.
"The accountants have had a tough job with the finances and loans from that year but we are now there," said chief executive Rob Heys.
"We will meet up with them on Tuesday, make sure everyone is happy, sign them off and then send them to Companies House and the embargo will be lifted.
"It’s obviously never good to have things like this hanging over our head but, once these accounts are done, the same thing won’t happen next year as we have a new accounts system in place."
Heys said, while this is one negative, otherwise the finances are much-improved at the Crown Ground.
He said: "It has been a really tough summer as there has been a lot to pay out with the money spent on the pitch, the ground improvements and the control room.
"It has just been a case of getting through June and July.
"But we now start to get the money through from the Football League which is around £30,000 paid into our bank every month - this is a boost as before it was payments at different times but now this is a regular income and that will obviously help with our budget.
"Then we get a lump sum from the Premier League’s Solidarity Agreement in August.
"With these, and the usual income when the games start, we will be able to keep tight control of what we spend and money from any cup runs will go to the manager for players or on ground improvements. This has never been the case before as it’s always gone to pay off something else.
"We are on track with all of our payments at the moment - there is nothing significant outstanding and that’s a good way to start a new season."
Once the embargo is lifted, Coleman can finally fully start preparations for the new campaign, which kicks off at home to Aldershot on August 7.
Coleman has agreed terms with striker Craig Lindfield, defender Michael Hall and keeper Alex Cisak but, while the embargo is on, they can’t be registered or play in the Football League.
That’s the same for players from last season who have agreed one-year deals. Only captain Andy Procter, Jimmy Ryan, Phil Edwards and Chris Turner have on-going contracts.
The Reds are also optimistic of agreeing terms with former Macclesfield captain Sean Hessey while out-of-contract defender Leam Richardson, who has suffered with injuries for the last two seasons, has come back stronger than ever and Stanley are still hoping to do some kind of deal with him to extend his five-year stay at the club.
Stanley have at least 14 trialists at the club at the moment and boss Coleman is keen to whittle them down, pick out the ones he wants and sign them up then he can work with them for the big kick off.
Experienced winger Andy Parkinson impressed in the 3-3 draw with Clitheroe on Tuesday while defender Hessey was captain for the night.
And 21-year-old battling midfielder Ray Putterill, who was in Liverpool’s youth cup winning team alongside Ryan, also showed qualities which may win him a Stanley contract. Another notable show was from striker Rory Boulding, brother of former Mansfield frontman - and tennis player - Michael, who scored a goal in the second half of the match at Shawbridge.
The Reds are short of frontmen following the departure of Michael Symes, Billy Kee and Bobby Grant, only signing up Lindfield so far.
"I would like to be formulating my squad by the end of July at the latest as I would like to go into the week of the Burnley friendly (27 July) working with those signed up," said Coleman.
"I think we need a tall centre half to supplement what we have got and a target man although Craig Lindfield would be comfortable in holding the ball up for us."
He added: "This season, I would like us to replicate the performances of last season and the gusto we showed and just eliminate that horrendous run we had. If we can do that then the play-offs are not out of the question."
Coleman had a look at the trialists at Clitheroe and was due to play some again at Heswall last night before the side go to Devon for five days next week.
They face Premier new boys Blackpool on Tuesday - with ex-Stanley star Brett Ormerod among their number - and then Bideford on Wednesday in the group stage of the Joma South West Challenge Cup. If they go through they will play again later in the week.