Construction Accounting

This is the page for articles about construction accounting. Much like other things in construction, accounting is no walk in the park, and many companies need a little outside help to keep everything in check.

Construction accounting as a subject covers a wide range of topics. Below, you can find articles about job costing, cash flow, building budgets, surviving economic upturns and downturns, slow payment, tracking KPIs, software tips, important notices and documents, and much more. In general, good construction accounting helps you maintain an accurate financial picture of your business, which sets you up to maximize your profit margins and make key decisions for future projects.

The main reason construction accounting is a challenge is because the structure of construction projects is much different than projects in other industries. Construction accountants are experts in the way money flows through projects, and they know the ins-and-outs of construction law, contracting, clauses, job costing, and other features that are unique to construction.

If you need help with construction accounting (trust us, you’re not the only one), this is a great place to begin your research. Read a few articles about construction accounting to find the information that best matches your needs to learn how to use construction accounting to get paid. In case we haven’t covered the topic you’re looking for yet, feel free to ask your question on the Expert Center to get free legal advice from construction attorneys and payment specialists.

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