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How to Create a Construction Chart of Accounts

The foundation of any robust construction accounting system lies in a well structured chart of accounts. Building one can be tricky.


Creating a Strategic Plan for Construction Contractors

This may be a slower time of year for you. That’s why it’s a great time to create a strategic plan for your company for the coming year.


Maximizing Margin by Full Kitting Your Construction Projects

Full-kitting is often associated with manufacturing. How can we use that concept in construction to maximize our profits?


7 Ways to Stop Bleeding Profit From Your Jobs

Even if you’ve got your bidding down, you may still be bleeding profits. What are the things to look for and what can we do about it?


Critical Considerations When Leasing or Buying Equipment

Equipment is a major part of some contractors’ job costs. Should you lease it, or should you buy it? Which is better for you? The answer is, it depends.


Life Insurance for Succession Planning

A continuity plan ensures you have a smooth transition and ease the burden on your family. Life insurance can be a big part of that plan.


Unconventional Tax Wisdom for Contractors

Many contractors take avoiding taxes to the extreme. What are the true implications of making it your goal to pay no taxes every year?


Is QuickBooks Desktop for Construction Contractors Being Discontinued?

There have been rumors about QuickBooks Desktop being retired for many years, and now it seems to be happening. Here’s what you need to know.


More unconventional wisdom in construction you probably haven’t considered

Can increasing expenses increase your net income? Can profitable jobs bankrupt a company? Here’s more unconventional wisdom in construction.