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Making sure you get paid
Building on spec
A CPA explains how to organize your monthly schedule so that you’re always keeping an eye on job costs — and turning a profit.
When do you get paid if you finish a job ahead of schedule?
The hard cost of labor includes taxes, insurance, employee benefits, vehicle expenses, and more. Failing to account for these expenses will take a large chunk out of your bottom line, as this remodeling contractor illustrates.
A Florida remodeler heads off client misunderstandings with this plain-language contract, which explains exactly what customers are paying for and why.
Unfortunately, even the most iron-clad contract may have holes — until you plug them. A group of builders share clauses that they added to their contracts after getting stung by a client.
Protect yourself when you’re working for an architect
An unconventional bonus plan
Stopping a job during a dispute
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