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Construction & Related

Contractors, remodelers, landscapers and many who run small independent businesses in the trades, all face similar business challenges such as project scheduling, seasonality, project delays and cost overruns. These businesses typically need specific bookkeeping methods such as job costing, completed contract method for projects lasting two years or less, or percentage of completion for project lasting longer than two years. Our team can accurately record your business expenses and revenue, along with travel time, mobilization costs, and exceptions whether you work on a cash or accrual basis. We can also help you balance cash flows in situations when your business hasn’t been paid fully for work being done. And we’ll even offer expert advice on what to do during the off-seasons.

Our team services a number of small contracting businesses and startups in the following industries:

•HVAC
•Building Construction
•Concrete Manufacturing
•Contractor
•Electricians
•Home Repair/Maintenance
•Landscaping
•Plumbing
•Remodeling

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Whether you are a small business owner or just starting out, regardless of the industry your in, our professionals can help you save time and money, while growing your business.

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10 States in U.S. Account for 60% of Construction Boom

According to a recent report from GlobalData, only a few seclect states are benefitting from the recent construction boom with 10 states accounting for 60 percent of the $3.7 trillion in construction projects in the U.S

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Quieter Equipment Aids Landscpaing Companies

The advocacy group, called Quiet Communities, has spoken about local landscaping companies be able to use more native plants, less water, and complete work without noisy, gas-powered machines to help the environment.

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Electrician Shortage Leading to 6 Figure Jobs

There is an increasing skills gap happening in America, with many of the youth graduating high school and going right to college; industries such as electricians are suffering from a labor shortage which will increase to 60,000 by 2026.

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