Tracy Hughes is a Principal of BeachFleischman and a member of the Accounting & Assurance Department. She provides assurance, financial advisory, and consulting services for a variety of privately held companies.
Is your company’s job-costing system accurate and user friendly? Tracking costs can help identify which projects and customers are the most (and least) profitable.
Construction business owners: Have you started work on your succession plan? It’s never too early to lay the foundation.
Cybersecurity matters for construction companies, too. Here are six ways to fortify your defenses.
Construction business owners: You’ve probably been urged to do everything you can to increase bonding capacity. Here’s a closer look at precisely what this means.
Construction business owners, don’t fear the data! Choose and use the right key performance indicators to monitor your company’s performance.
Construction business owners: Is off-the-shelf software not meeting your needs? It could be time to create a custom solution, but you’ll need to first consider various factors.
For construction businesses, the cost of insurance can be high but the cost of going without it can be so much worse. Let’s review some important types of coverage.
Construction companies don’t want to leave any money on the table come tax time. Many contractors may be unaware that they qualify for the federal fuel tax credit.
Construction companies can use various accounting methods for tax-reporting purposes. Here’s a handy review of 10 of the most widely used approaches.
Construction company owners: Are you losing ground to errors and confusion regarding the tracking of labor hours? Here are some ways to hold the line.
Small business owners: Can you name the key differences between prepared and compiled financial statements?