Running a construction business is a difficult job, especially in this economy – when now more than ever you need to rely on accurate job costing.
Wondering where all the cash is going and if all of the job costs are being captured is enough to baffle just about any business owner and some bookkeepers too.
When the bottom-line profit from your construction business seems to be shrinking – it’s a given that you need to take a close look at your books and get them into shape.
Do you wonder if your QuickBooks® job costing reports are providing you with accurate information? Perhaps:
Perhaps you already use QuickBooks Desktop Pro, Premier or Enterprise – or are thinking about switching to QuickBooks from another accounting program. But what about payroll? How are you going to manage that? If you are thinking of using a payroll software product or subscription, you need to identify which payroll method is right for YOUR business.
Year end payroll tasks start the first of December, when you should remind employees that if their has been a change in their filing status due to getting married, having or adopting a baby, or perhaps they have a child that is turning 21, that they should fill out a new W-4 form for 2015.