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A construction accounting specialist shows how to generate detailed job-cost reports by using Quickbooks like a powerful electronic checkbook.
Growth controls affecting builders, promoting green building, working with inspectors, tax deductions for business start-up
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Partnership vs. incorporation
Every construction software package promises the world, but few deliver. Four contractors who’ve tried them all talk about the programs that work for their businesses.
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