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Tax planning and compliance
Cash flow management and budgeting
Employee benefit programs
Direct costs are expenses obtained and consumed for a specific identifiable project. Examples include the asphalt consumed in paving a road; the cost of the paint used to decorate a kitchen wall; the labor charges of a plumber installing bathroom fixtures.
Gross profit percentage is a measurement of profitability. The total cost of a sale divided by the sales income generates a percentage or margin. The higher the percentage or margin, the stronger indicator that a profit will be recognized by the contractor.
Companies can be profitable but have poor cash flow when a company has difficulty in collecting money or is required to pay principle on outstanding loan balances.
Labor can be a fixed or variable cost. For example, the accumulated hours of building a structure would be variable based on the total number of hours incurred. However, the costs of a salaried project supervisor would be fixed.
Construction often has a unique revenue recognition model. It utilizes accounting concepts that are in addition to the mechanics of traditional accrual accounting methods of recording revenue and expenses.
Direct Labor, Subcontractors, Material, Equipment Costs, Equipment Rentals, Inventory
General & Admin Salaries, Supplies, Auto & Truck expenses, Insurance, Employee benefits, Rent, Office Expenses, Utilities, Advertising expenses, Training expenses, Dues & Subscriptions
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