Right now, if you are like most construction company owners, your construction accounting records are in an unlocked file cabinet, or worse, sitting on someone's desk. As an accounting firm, our client's privacy and security remain our top priorities and are continually looking at ways to develop and evaluate our system to prevent breach and network holes. We utilize 128-bit Secure Socket Layer encryption which ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. There are two levels of restrictions and passwords must be entered before you can get your data file.Read More
Although not intentional, this could be considered a part 2 of last Friday’s blog/podcast episode or a continuation post dedicated to all brand-new contractors who just started their own company, to trade professionals who would like to restart their bookkeeping system, or simply to all our valued email subscribers – old and new.
The time, effort, and money you’ve put through in running your construction business is a testament of your commitment to this industry. So, let me start this guide by telling you to do what you do best and outsource the rest. The “rest” as you know, is where your cash flow and profit depend – construction bookkeeping and accounting.