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Where’s the Cash?

If your profit and loss statement shows a net profit of $39,446.28, that means you... More

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The Reluctant Bean Counter

Learning how to read your bookkeeper's reports is the first step in managing your... More

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New Housing Bubble? Here's How to Counsel Customers

With home prices rising near the levels that preceded the 2008 crash, many are... More

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Creating Coherent Company Policy

Establishing policy and supporting procedures relieves decision-makers from making inconsistent “seat-of-the-pants” decisions. More

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10 Tips for Improving Cash Flow

With a healthy cash flow, you can keep up with your bills; without it, your... More

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Comparing Contractor Markups Can Be Pointless and Very Risky

Comparing or copying markups or margins is pointless and very risky without... More

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Can the Housing Market Recover?

Sales of newly built homes surged last month to the highest level since 2008. But overall the housing market's slipped. More

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A Builder's Guide to Easing Financial Anxiety

Financial anxiety can be personally debilitating, but can also have devastating... More

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Seven Reasons Why Most Contractors Will Never Be Able To Retire On Their Own Earnings

Most residential construction business owners will have to work until they die, without enough accumulated investments to support themselves during retirement. But it doesn't have to be like that. More

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