Gross Profit

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The War Chest: Your Company Survived the Recession by Spending Down Its Rainy-Day Funds. Now What?

JUDITH MILLER: Many remodelers spent their war chests to survive the economic downturn. Now it's time to replenish that war chest, since you never know when you'll need it. More

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Business How-To: Preparing an Operating Budget

A step-by-step guide for creating an outline budget or an itemized budget, depending on your company's size and complexity. More

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Sales Forecast: Will Your Revenue Cover Expenses?

You should know exactly how much you need to sell and how much you need to produce... More

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Executive Dashboard: Keeping an Eye on Your Company's Really Important Numbers

This one-to-two page report will give you the information you need to manage your company proactively, well before crises develop. More

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Tripping Out: Reducing Lumberyard Runs Is a Matter of Planning

Checkout lines may be shorter, but trips to the building materials store are still time wasted and money lost. More

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Regular Checkup: Schedule a Monthly Review of Your Accounting Information

Ask yourself these seven key questions when you review your monthly income statement and balance sheet. More

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Mixing Up the Markup: Squeezed for Profits, Reassessing Markup

Does the tighter market call for tighet prices ó and thus lower markup? More

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Right-Size Your Company

Plan for 2010 using realistic targets for volume, gross profit, and owner... More

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The Not-So-New Production Realities of Smaller Remodeling Jobs

Some "old-school" tips for avoiding costly mistakes and maintaining profitability... More

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Track Marketing and Sales to Meet Gross Profit Goals

Carefully track your marketing and the resulting sales to ensure that you meet your gross profit goals. More

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