Construction business owners often leave one item unchecked on their personal punch lists: Create and maintain a succession plan. Here are some key points to make the task easier.
Fraud is an ever-present threat for construction businesses, both in the office and on jobsites. That’s why contractors must leave no stone unturned when trying to prevent it.
If your construction business is a C corporation, take care that you and other owners aren’t compensated “unreasonably” by IRS standards. A recent court case demonstrates why.
For construction companies, an efficient process for handling change orders can mean more revenue and stronger profitability. But there are a few things that can go wrong.
Construction company owners: Are your workers’ comp costs seemingly out of control? Here are some ideas for regaining some power over your premiums.