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A bigger job does not necessarily mean a bigger profit.
Using a questioning strategy to narrow down the project's budget will help you close more sales.
At the end of the day, when you finish producing work, you need to have enough dollars left to cover overhead.
A simple spreadsheet adjusts your estimates to account for economies of scale.
Provide same-day estimates from your smartphone.
Stay out of trouble by approaching your budget like you would a job estimate.
Using an online scheduling app for sales calls improves productivity while providing prospective customers with a better experience.
Having the company perform work for the owner is essentially the same as taking money out of the company and should be recorded that way in the financials.
Incorporating your business shields you from attacks on your household—so long as you keep business separate from personal.
Do you know the difference?
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