A lot of construction companies struggle with payroll taxes, income taxes, and sometimes self-employment taxes. We help you avoid penalties and interest related to federal and state trust fund money sometimes called “payroll taxes.” We ensure that we use accounting methods to help you keep income taxes low. Lastly, we help you decide when it is necessary to incorporate to remove your self-employment tax liability.
There are three accounting specialties: construction, manufacturing, and nonprofit accounting. Why would you want to tackle construction accounting alone if it took us years of study and research to understand? We make sure that you are job-costing every project by integrating projection management software with QuickBooks. This keeps you out of QuickBooks and into a construction friendly project management software. Let us handle the accounting and you handle the project.
Every business owner needs a valuable accountant, attorney, and a financial advisor. You need someone to help you decide if it makes sense to buy or lease a new work vehicle; rent an office space or build a new office building; increase employee benefits or cut back. These are important business decisions. Why make them alone risking your hard earned money to poor business plans or legal fees. Are current clients consider us invaluable team members. Do you want to say the same?
Timothy Wingate Jr is a construction accountant who understands the importance of estimating a project accurately. He understands that getting your project completed on schedule and receiving timely payments from customers can have a huge effect on construction companies. Timothy witnessed this firsthand by working with his father who has been a Florida licensed general contractor since 1984. Timothy is a construction accountant who knows how to get construction companies organized and current with today’s technology.