Your company’s accounting software might seem like an old friend, but it could be holding you back or even putting your data at risk. Here are some thoughts on deciding whether to upgrade.
Construction business owners often leave one item unchecked on their personal punch lists: Create and maintain a succession plan. Here are some key points to make the task easier.
Are you a family business owner who needs to work on your succession plan? Be sure to consider whether, and when, you want to give up control of the company.
Construction company owners: Have you finished your 2023 budget yet? If so, will it hold up throughout the year? Here are some important points to keep in mind.
You know your small business is getting somewhere when it’s ready to offer employees a retirement plan. Congratulations … and choose carefully.
Building or replenishing nonprofit operating reserves can take time. But you need a financial cushion, particularly when the economic future looks uncertain. Learn more about finding funds to grow reserves.
Not-for-profit entities may not focus on earnings per share, but that doesn’t mean they can afford to neglect their accounting function. Here are some tips to help nonprofits run a well-oiled accounting department.
Are you thinking about launching a start-up? Or do you just want to get back to the basics of good budgeting? Here’s a look at the foundation of a solid budget.
Fraud is an ever-present threat for construction businesses, both in the office and on jobsites. That’s why contractors must leave no stone unturned when trying to prevent it.