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Payroll Tip: Not Sure Where to Start? Start With Labor

Not Sure Where to Start Job Costing? Try Starting With Labor Successful job costing starts simple and develops as you put it into practice. Once you begin coding your timecards by job, the next step is to begin using cost codes (sometimes called “tracking codes”) to break your costs down into the next level of […]

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Payroll Tip: Run an Assessment Before Summer’s Busy Season!

Run an Assessment Before Summer’s Busy Season Now that the year-end crunch has passed and payroll’s been completed, it’s tempting to take a step back and relax. But any downtime before the summer is actually the perfect time to make sure you have your ducks in order. Taking the opportunity now for a self-assessment can […]

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Payroll Tip: Get Ready for Year-End!

Get Ready for Year-End! A lot goes into making every construction payroll run accurate, successful and compliant — especially at year-end. Between ACA information returns, W-2s, end-of-the-year close and holiday bonuses, you need to make sure you’re prepared. Here are a few points to keep on your radar. 1. Be Aware of Your Deadlines First, […]

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Case Study: Bechter Plumbing, Inc. Takes Back Their Payroll

  People say construction payroll is hard. Really, it’s all about control. What controls the way you process payroll? A single fixed wage in your accounting software? A behemoth processing firm? Since Bechter Plumbing, Inc. partnered with Payroll4Construction.com, they control their own payroll. “It’s so nice to be able to just get in and set […]

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Case Study: An Electrical Contractor Takes Payroll From Good to Better

  Most people (and companies) will probably encounter a version of this sentence at some point in their career: “It’s not personal, it’s business.” That was what Massachusetts-based Pine Ridge Technologies, Inc., found themselves saying as the business was growing and its office staff realized their big-name payroll service was no longer going to suffice. […]

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