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Final planning for contractors

June 14, 2022

Find out what pieces you need to have in place to minimize the financial and mental burdens on your loved ones and business partners.

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What to expect from a good construction accountant

June 5, 2022

This week, find out what you should look for and expect from a good construction-oriented accountant.

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The big picture: Top traits the best construction companies share

May 31, 2022

Today, we’re sharing the traits we consistently see shared by most successful companies in the construction industry.

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How to qualify for government set-aside contracts

May 21, 2022

We’re diving in deeper to find out which government set-aside programs are available for contractors and how to qualify for them.

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The critical components of building a job cost system

May 16, 2022

We break down the most common problems contractors have when implementing a job costing system and how to address each one.

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Making the move from residential to commercial contracting

May 8, 2022

We’re sharing a few things you should consider before beginning to seek out commercial construction projects.

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Reverse Engineer Your Cash Flow

May 3, 2022

You’ll walk away from this informative session with simple changes you can implement to improve your working capital.

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QuickBooks for Contractors: Desktop vs. Online

May 2, 2022

The right accounting software can save you time and money and support your business’s growth. Is QuickBooks up to the job? Which version?

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Government contracting using a mentor-protege program

April 22, 2022

We’re discussing the mentor-protege program. Tune in to find out what the program is, who qualifies and how to get set up for success.

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How to get into contracting for the federal government

April 19, 2022

This week, we’re talking about the three main things you need to do to get started with contracting for the federal government.

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