Are You Getting The QuickBooks Reports And Information You Need?
Contractors Don't Want Drills - They want holes. To get holes they buy drills, drill bits, power cords, etc. Actually they don't even want holes; they want channels to run pipe, wire, bolts etc. In fact they don't want channels they just want to start and finish construction projects.
To dig a little deeper into construction psychology they want satisfaction and recognition that comes from doing construction projects. An added benefit is getting paid for contracting and being able to buy food, clothing and shelter and even a few toys, vacations and other goodies. All that from drills.
Contractors Don't Want QuickBooks - In fact most of our clients don't like it, some hate it and a few see it as a necessary evil that must be tolerated. They just want financial reports, Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet, Job Costing Reports and Job Profitability Reports. They want to know where they are making and losing money and why.
What Is Your QuickBooks Doing Or Not Doing?
Every successful contractor seems to have followed a similar path. Start a Construction Company, hire a few friends and relatives and make one of them the office manager and bookkeeper. Then after a while fire some of the friends and relatives including the bookkeeper.
They assign one of them to be the office manager and show them the box containing QuickBooks for contractors or if the office manager is lucky it is already loaded on the office computer. If it is not setup they perform a QuickBooks setup for Construction Company following the instructions that came with QuickBooks for contractors, QuickBooks Pro or QuickBooks enterprise.
Later when the contractor asks for a job costing report, retention summary or a work-in-progress report the contractor's bookkeeper gives that blank stare, deer in the headlights look and is overwhelmed, confused, dismayed and generally feeling as uncomfortable as long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.
How Do You Want QuickBooks To Change?
Here Is Where We Come In - We offer you a FREE review and short summary report of your QuickBooks file. You or someone from your office sets up a FREE login on our secure client portal and when the email confirming the login is setup simply upload a copy of your QuickBooks file. We work with all versions of QuickBooks including QuickBooks for Mac and all versions from year 2000 to the present. Click on the link below to learn more.
Any problems please contact Sharie 206-361-3950 or email@example.com
Here Is What To Expect:
We will download your QuickBooks file onto our web based server
Open it and run verification report to check the file integrity
Review your QuickBooks Setup including the Chart of Accounts
Review your financial reports setup
Issue a custom report with recommendations for improvements
Offer for a no charge one hour consultation regarding the findings
Here Is What Not To Expect:
We will not criticize or complain about your QuickBooks contractor file
We will not fix, repair, update or upgrade your QuickBooks contractor file
We will not open QuickBooks to show and tell everything that is needed to fix it
We will not bore you with everything we know about QuickBooks For Contractors
We will not train you on contractors bookkeeping services or construction accounting
This is a free service for contractors in the U.S.A. using QuickBooks including residential, tenant improvement and commercial contractors, home builders, remodelers, specialty contractors, subcontractors, architects and other construction related companies and businesses there is no obligation and no strings attached.
QuickBooks Expert Specializing In Construction Bookkeeping Services
About The Author:
Sharie DeHart, QPA is the co-founder of Business Consulting And Accounting in Lynnwood Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations and offers insights on how to manage the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. http://www.fasteasyaccounting.com/sharie-dehart/