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Why Your Trade-Based Business Needs to Change it’s Hiring Policies Immediately

Apr 16, 2019 10:52:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in small business advice, landscaping accounting, construction accounting

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We’re in the midst of a construction boom. That’s great news for any trade-based businesses like construction companies, electricians, or plumbers, but here’s the thing -- finding the talent to match the demand during these booms can be a huge challenge for any employer. There are just so many variables to weigh out. How many people can you employ during these booms? Can you keep a consistent level of quality in your work? How will these extra employees affect your bottom line once the boom inevitably dries up?

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Landscapers, Here's How to Get Ahead on Accounting This Fall

Sep 28, 2017 8:03:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in landscaping accounting

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It’s the end of September in Minnesota, which means many landscaping businesses are winding down for the season. Whether your company transitions into snow removal for the winter, or simply goes into hibernation mode, the fall is a good time to take stock of your books. By taking care of some basic accounting now, you’ll be better able to plan for the season ahead, and have more time to prospect new clients.

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Landscapers: Are You Getting Hosed by Your Current Accountant? [Checklist]

Oct 18, 2016 8:17:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in landscaping accounting

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We all know how short the fall season is around here in Minnesota. For landscaping businesses, that means you’re especially busy right now, wrapping up complicated projects before the temperatures drop and the white stuff accumulates.

But that doesn’t mean you should wait until the down season to organize your books for the upcoming year.

Now is a great time to gather important documents, evaluate your current financial situation, and determine if a new accounting service will help you save money and grow your business in the new year.

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