Judith Miller

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Accrual Accounting

Accrual accounting gives you a much more accurate picture of your day-to-day finances than cash accounting. Here’s how to set up a popular accounting program to track payables and receivables and provide the reports you need to track your company’s financial health. More

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Strictly Business: Tracking Your Own Labor

Accounting for your own labor More

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Cash accounting with Quickbooks Pro

A construction accounting specialist shows how to generate detailed job-cost reports by using Quickbooks like a powerful electronic checkbook. More

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JLC Live! West Coast Edition

From job-costing to computer technology, these business tips have been gleaned from some of the most popular seminars at our first western Construction Business & Technology Conference. More

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Setting Up QuickBooks Pro for Construction

Should you use Items or Classes? Accrual or cash-based accounting? Budgets or estimates? This tour of the QuickBooks Pro setup procedure will steer you through the maze of options and help you make the right choices. More

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Evolution and Revolution: Three Stages of Growth for Construction Companies

Businesses, like people, grow in predictable ways. A consultant draws on her experience with construction companies of all sizes to explain the critical skills — and pitfalls — at each stage along the way. More

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Business Forum: Diagnosing Your Business

Understanding your baseline numbers More

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Business Forum: Beware T&M Work

Pitfalls of time-and-materials work More

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Making Sense of Your Balance Sheet

These standard balance sheet ratios will take the mystery out of your financial records and help you make sound long-term management decisions. More

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Builder's Library: The Numbers Game

New books on accounting More

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