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After this Tax Planning segment in All Access, you’ll have the timing down, a checklist of items to gather and a list of questions to ask to get the most out of your tax planning. “YEET” was heard throughout the house as it was screamed by one of our teenagers. …

Have you ever had a job that would never end? Back in our construction contractor days, we used to joke that we were the best 98% complete contractors out there.  We were great until we got to the final 2% of the job then it seems the job would drag…

Ever had that nagging voice in your head saying, “I hope we’ve billed all our jobs….I think we billed all our jobs….how do I know if we billed all our jobs”? Because we’ve been there too, this month’s mission is to seek and bill those pesky jobs that may have…

Have you ever felt completely overwhelmed by your to-do list, or the people calling you, or the growing number of emails in your inbox? Would you like to know my secret to fix it? Click here to get our Top 10 Tips for when you have too much to do…

It is time for Spring Cleaning!  Now is the time of year when we clear out old records, organize the system and start fresh.  This month’s Monthly Mission is about organizing and retaining the right records for the right amount of time in your business. After 20 years of working…

Job costing is the accounting function that tracks revenues and costs by job. Why is this important?  It allows you to analyze actual job performance compared to your estimate. This means you have actual results to better compare job revenue and cost data to help estimate future jobs more accurately….

Atlas CFO All Access is our way to help answer the questions every contractor has concerning the financial health of their business and how to manage it. How It All Began Atlas CFO All Access started way back in 2012 as a way to solve a problem involving time and…

Many of you know my Dad is a physician.  When I was little and I’d get sick he would tell me the same thing every time:  Eat well, sleep well, get a little sun.  Sometimes he’d also recite a little poem to me called The Best Six Doctors by Wayne…

Retention…ugh. Retention (or Retainage) is a four letter word for a lot of contractors because it can have such a negative impact on cash flows. Learn why in this video.

Check out our recent video on Year-End and Tax Planning for Your Construction Business. Download our free checklist here.