Accounting

Batch Ticket Reveals Mix Design
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Batch Ticket Reveals Mix Design

Many concrete delivery tickets include information on ingredients and proportions... More

Integrated Job Cost Accounting
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Drilling at the Speed of Night

Contractor uses E-Z Drill units for concrete repaving job on California's Interstate 210. More

Foundation Software Foundation for Windows 6.6
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Foundation Software Foundation for Windows 6.6

Foundation for Windows 6.6 is a Microsoft SQL-based construction accounting... More

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Document Your Performance with Daily Reports

Daily reports often contain the best clues as to how and where a project lost money. More

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Stronger, Faster

When determining the true cost of a concrete repair project, owners must consider the financial impact of shutting down a structure to perform the work. More

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Renting, Leasing, or Owning Construction Equipment

Rent, lease, or own? It's only natural to rely on a combination of all three methods, renting equipment for one-time or short-term jobs, and buying for long-term jobs. Determining just the right mix, however, requires careful evaluation of your business position. More

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Growing Businesses Can Fail Without Accurate Accounting

Construction is fast-paced and involves remote sites. A lot of money that belongs to others passes through a company's books. Capturing this information with a good accounting system and accurately interpreting it is essential. More

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Using Breakeven Analysis to Manage Costs and Make Pricing Decisions

There is a financial tool that helps business owners manage costs, make better pricing decisions, and improve profits. It's called breakeven analysis. The breakeven point is the sales volume at which a business neither makes a profit nor incurs a loss. More

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Completed contract accounting

What is the completed contract basis method of accounting and why is it sometimes used? More

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