May 21, 2014
Any Construction Company - That is ready to take a long hard look at what has worked, not worked and map out a strategic plan for the future. This includes brand new contractors, seasoned contractors that have been in business since dirt was two days old and everyone in between. It is limited to construction companies with sales last year between $0 and $5,000,000 where the owners are actively involved in the company's operations.
The Economy Has Tough On Contractors - During the recession beginning in 2009 and anyone who says otherwise is either not in construction or a dim-bulb trying to sell you non-existent sky-hooks, pipe stretchers, lumber extenders or my favorite a box of 2-9/16" holes for 2" plumbing drain waste and vent pipe.
You Have Made An Important Decision - To own and operate a construction company. Most of you came from the skilled construction trades, some of you were working as a manager for a construction company.
Some Of You Believe Competition - Is the burden you must bear to be successful. My friend that is a trap that I hope you will avoid because if you understand and apply the 80-20 rule you will not have competition.
A Lot Of You Graduated From The University Of Hard Knocks - And have wasted a lot of time learning by experience. Maybe you began your company with a few friends and relatives and thought your overhead expenses would be low since you worked out of your home.
As Time Went By - You made a decent living for yourself, hired a few employees, paid your suppliers and you earned a profit. At least that is what your tax preparer said.
Then It Happened - Things begin to change and the reality of the construction industry begins to dawn on you as those early customers who were your friends because you could get faucets, fixtures and material at wholesale prices are now telling you they were happy with your work and they want your construction company to do all their future work as long as long as your price is lower than the other bids they are getting, just to keep you honest and dirt poor.
The Problem Is Your Construction Company - Has experienced taken the first step in the expansion isoquant path.
This Means You Have Overhead - Not just office overhead, you have field overhead too. Office overhead includes expenses like shop rent, office rent, common area management fees, bookkeeping, insurance audits, quarterly tax returns, office payroll, utilities, a computer, an administrative assistant, insurance, contributions, associations dues, etc. Field overhead includes tools and equipment, cell phones liability insurance, contributions and more. You have to juggle all these things at once to keep your company going and you have to keep your prices competitive.
Fast Easy Accounting Has A Step-By-Step Process - To help emerging contractors. We can help you discover and use Business Process Management (BPM) tools to plan your business strategy and implement the processes and procedures into a comprehensive Business Process Management system that can turn your construction company into well-oiled, lean, mean money making machine. It is simple but not easy. In the long run it is worth it and you will be glad you did.
Take The First Step - And contact Sharie 206-361-3950 or email@example.com for a conversation. The call is free and it is a way for us to get to know each other.
This is one more example of how Fast Easy Accounting is helping construction company owners just like you put more money in the bank to operate and grow your construction company. Construction accounting is not rocket science; it is a lot harder than that and a lot more valuable to construction contractors like you so stop missing out and call Sharie 206-361-3950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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