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Critical Crisis Takeaways For Construction Business Owners
Pandemic lessons for contractors and home repair and service-based businesses.
Practical Tips To Trim Your Overhead Costs
Reduce business expenses by assessing which ones are necessary for you to operate smoothly, what can be trimmed down, and what can be eliminated.
Early Warning Signs Of Insolvency To Watch Out For
Here are some things to look out for to ensure your situation doesn't get worse and prevent your construction business from going under.
The Reason Why Some Construction Projects Fail
Never hire the lowest bidder. The sweetness of low price fades quickly while the bitterness of poor quality lingers on.
Cash Flow Management And How To Track Income
A healthy cash flow is critical is more critical than your contracting company's ability to complete projects. It is the lifeblood of any business.
Contractor Bookkeeping In Ten Minutes A Day Using QuickBooks
We are here to help you whether you would like to outsource your bookkeeping to us, buy and use our templates, or learn to do it on your own.
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Randy knows construction
Randy does a great job in talking accounting in ways that make it accessible for the non-finncial person. His episodes are full of great tips you can really use!
Highly Valuable Info for Construction Pros
This podcast is a jewel for those who discover it and apply the principles that Randal teaches. Real estate investor who has managed several construction projects here. Whether you're the contractor who works with home owners, investors or property developers, this podcast contains extremely important advice for producing a profit at the end of the day. I'm an old hand at Quickbooks, but appreciate the insight Randal shares about knowing your numbers and making wise decisions, based on the best accounting and contractor practices he advocates.
If you run a construction company, this is a good podcast to listen to. The accounting topics are varied, but each pertinent to our unique business. My only major complaint about the show is that he records at such a low volume, it's very hard to hear. Very hard. On more than one occasion I've had the volume all the way up on everything, been sitting in a quiet room and still can't hear what he's saying. I've deleted some shows because I just can't hear them and he's pretty soft-spoken which makes it even harder to hear him.
If you can get past that, it's good stuff.