The Work Opportunity Tax Credit can lower your construction company’s tax bill dollar-for-dollar. Here’s a simple overview of how it works.
Getting a business valuation for your construction company might seem necessary only if you want to sell it. But the truth is there are many valid reasons to obtain one.
Construction company owners: Is your accounting system good or merely good enough? Make sure it has these key features.
It might seem like “tax time” is just about over, but contractors should keep some things in mind all year long.
Generally, a construction business with a healthy backlog is working from a position of financial strength. That’s why contractors need to monitor backlog carefully.
Construction company owners: Are your workers’ comp costs seemingly out of control? Here are some ideas for regaining some power over your premiums.
“Let’s pretend we’re in business to make money,” goes an old, sarcastic joke. Construction companies can build their bottom lines by mastering three key profit numbers.
Construction companies face multiple adversities on any given job that can lower profitability. That’s why it’s important to shine a light on profit fade.
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.