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Ways for Remodelers to Create Wealth During Retirement Ways for Remodelers to Create Wealth During Retirement

How three remodeling company owners who started out small have amassed high personal net worth. More

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Exit Planning: Creating a Methodical Plan for a Successful Sale Exit Planning: Creating a Methodical Plan for a Successful Sale

Planning for the sale of a remodeling company typically takes longer than most owners imagineóabout a year to plan and six or so years to execute. Here's what to keep in mind as you map your path. More

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Victoria Downing: Money Matters

Working with a Certified Public Accountant can help you make strategic decisions that make a real difference to the success of your company. More

The 412(i) plan is a retirement investment option for small-business owners
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The 412(i) plan is a retirement investment option for small-business owners

The 412(i) plan is a retirement investment option for small-business owners with a... More

Paying overtime may be worth it
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Paying overtime may be worth it

Who has the higher labor burden rate ó one of your higher- or lower-paid employees... More

Before+After: Second Chance
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Before+After: Second Chance

Homeowner John Carmean and his wife, Chris, are no newcomers to tragedy. Their... More

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Be Aware of Internal Fraud

In my years of experience as a CPA and certified internal auditor, I have seen a high rate of significant internal frauds. Most checks are processed by the thousands in the bank's batch mode and signatures are not checked by anyone. More

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Take Control

Some business owners who aren't particularly strong in financial management rely on their office staff and outside consultants to help them understand and analyze the data that could have significance for their company. Walt Mathieson, CPA, and president of Mathieson Consulting, Brookeville, Md., says, "If you find yourself getting continually frustrated because you're just not able to get the answers you're looking for from your existing office staff -- or you find yourself using costly outside consultants too often, a controller (aka comptroller) might be the answer." More

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Use a Business Credit Line as a Safety Net

Steve Halt, CPA and president of accounting firm Halt, Thrasher & Buzas, Alexandria, Va., warns that credit lines are potentially dangerous tools for those who lack business savvy. Undercharging, poor job cost accounting, or overdue receivables are not good reasons to tap into a credit line. More

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Financial resolutions for the New Year

A list of New Year's resolutions that will help you improve your bottom line. More

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