Financials

Brian Elias, who sold his business 1-800-Hansons

A look at the strategies that went into the sale of 1-800-Hansons

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Social media, a tight job market, and advancing technology give remodelers cause to rethink their companies’ adaptability

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The line between doing business and committing fraud is thinner than you think 

Turns out punctuation matters in remodeling, too—particularly when it comes to finances and legal matters

This simple checklist will help you plan for a successful 2018 

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Maybe, depending on circumstances

four remodelers thoughts on transparency in pricing in the home improvement industry

Four remodeling industry veterans’ thoughts on transparency

Nine incorrect principles often held by less successful company owners

Next time you're reluctant to ask a prospect about budget, remember: It isn’t just about you

Small businesses are hit more frequently by embezzlement, and often with more serious consequences

Five decidedly unexciting tips for a stronger financial return, better client experience, and less stress on your organization

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Regular and sometimes steep increases in the cost of materials are a fact of life in residential construction. Too bad homeowners don’t know it.

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Some economists suggest the U.S. is overdue for a downturn. Here are key steps to take to prepare your company in case they’re right.  

Betting on the success of an app for contractors that lets homeowners qualify for loans

Why it's so hard for remodelers to talk about money, and tips for getting over it 

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You finished that replacement job two weeks ago and collected the final check. Today a letter from the bank arrives.

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Once burned by a nonpaying client, contractors will find ways to make sure the experience isn't repeated

What to keep in mind as you prepare to file taxes for your remodeling business

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Dos and don’ts in preparing a tax filing for your company

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