The future of Social Security is in peril. Here’s a look at the current situation and potential solutions.
Many organizations use QuickBooks for everyday accounting tasks. But did you know that this software can also function as a fraud detection tool?
No one likes the prospect of an IRS audit, and this certainly includes construction business owners. But there are ways to always be ready and to ease the pressure if it does happen.
Warning: Non-GAAP metrics can sometimes mislead investors! That’s why some stakeholders want a formal definition of EBITDA to be added to the accounting rules.
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 business owners: Is your benefits package competitive in today’s tight job market? Here’s a review of some of the most valued options to consider.
Over time, it’s common for accounting records to become cluttered with unused and duplicate list items. Here are some ways for QuickBooks users to clean things up and make data entry more efficient.