Taking the confusion out of construction accounting

For those operating in the construction industry, whether just starting out or as an established small or medium-sized company, managing business accounts often takes a back seat.

And that’s completely understandable. After all, construction is an industry where so much effort goes into securing work, building and maintaining professional contacts, and actually getting the job done to your client’s—and your own—satisfaction. The impulse to handle your accounts on an ad-hoc basis might be a short-term time saver.

Most firms focus on the following areas when it comes to watching and presenting the numbers:

  • Estimating
  • Project management
  • Correspondence and communication
  • Compliance

This guide presents an opportunity to take a fresh look at each of these key points, and the work you’re doing.


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