437

Showing 33–35 of 35 results

  • Ask the Advisor – What type of insurance coverage is needed for new construction projects?

    September / October 2010
    Newsletter: Real Estate Advisor

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 437

    Abstract: Risk management is as integral to a successful project as the construction materials and crew. And the first step is proper insurance coverage. Real estate professionals who are uncertain whether they have enough should ask a qualified professional to help them conduct an insurance coverage audit. This article shows how coverage audits can reduce the odds of an uncovered incident undermining the project’s profitability — or worse.

    Read More

  • Construction Success Story – Contractor goes paperless with IWA system

    September / October 2009
    Newsletter: Contractor

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 437

    Abstract: This month’s Construction Success Story tells of one contractor who had been pondering the idea of going paperless but hadn’t found the right tool to help her do so. When she asked her CPA for ideas, he mentioned imaging and workflow automation (IWA) systems. He explained that many business owners, including contractors, have been using IWA systems to streamline their invoice and accounts payable processes.

    Read More

  • The Contractor’s Corner – Should we hire a CFO?

    Summer 2009
    Newsletter: On-Site

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 437

    Abstract: A CFO may be a great addition to many construction companies for a variety of reasons. But taking on an employee of this stature is a big decision that warrants some careful consideration. You need to ask: Can your company can fit a CFO into its staff and be prepared to follow through on the initiatives he or she will be responsible for developing? What should the job description say, and how should the search be conducted? This may not be the ideal economic climate to add a major position to your payroll. But having a CFO can allow you to let someone else worry about — and improve — your financials, while you focus on winning and completing projects.

    Read More