Invest in the Right Tools to Build Your Business
Many contractors struggle to maintain a profitable business despite working six days a week. With first-hand knowledge of the construction industry and a deep understanding of taxes and finances, construction accountant Timothy Wingate Jr. provides tools, advice and financial guidance so you can keep more of your hard-earned money.
You deserve a business that's on solid financial footing so you have access to bank loans and bonding for larger projects.
The Tools You Need to Build a Sustainable, Successful Business
With the right financial services and guidance you'll be ready to take advantage of opportunities to grow your business and boost your profits.
We make sure your taxes are filed correctly and on time so you avoid penalties or interest payments. Plus, we ensure your taxes are as low as possible under current tax laws.
Avoid tax surprises and penalties.
Pay less in taxes this year.
Plan ahead to take advantage of all tax deductions and credits.
Save countless hours trying to do your taxes yourself.
Access our secure online portal to upload documents electronically to save time.
Tax Debt Relief
No one wants to receive a notice from the IRS. Whether it’s a late fee, an audit or penalties for missed payroll taxes, any tax issue has the potential to snowball into something serious.
Get advice on how best to handle a notice from the IRS.
Receive a detailed plan of attack.
Let a Licensed Enrolled Agent represent you before the IRS.
Save time and money with a professional.
Avoid the stress of figuring it out on your own.
Bookkeeping + Accounting
Is your bookkeeper a family member or friend? If they aren’t qualified professionals, you're leaving your critical business finances vulnerable to unintentional errors or issues.
Use the right accounting method for the best tax outcome.
Streamline your processes.
Record transactions and other information correctly.
Feel confident in the accuracy of your accounting.
Have financial data at your fingertips.
Advice + Guidance
You need a partner who can help you think strategically about your business. A construction accountant who knows your industry provides the insights and guidance you need.
Break down the numbers and data.
Understand how today’s market is impacting your business.
Look critically at job cost reports, expenses and taxes.
Make smarter business decisions.
Take part in regular review meetings for brainstorming and accountability.
Budgets + Forecasts
If you’re not monitoring your financials, how can you build a profitable construction business? Plan for the future and avoid problems that can be catastrophic to small businesses.
Know how much money you need to set aside for emergencies.
Create better project estimates.
Identify areas of overspending or waste.
Job cost your projects with precision and accuracy.
Develop a company budget with an eye toward future growth.
Our experience with this firm has been phenomenal. They've exceeded our expectations and I would recommend them to any construction company needing construction accounting services. Our lives have totally changed since hiring G+F. We are able to sleep at night and not worry about payroll, subcontractors' payments, IRS issues, etc...
2 SBW & Associates Inc.
TOOLS FOR SUCCESS
Ready to Keep More of Your Hard-Earned Money?
1. Schedule A Call
We'll talk about your business and current financial challenges.
2. Get Your Financial Blueprint
After you provide some basic financial documents, I'll assess your company's financial health and create a blueprint with recommendations and next steps.
3. Build a Profitable Business
With the right tools and a trusted adviser, you'll be able to make more money on each project.
A business that’s on solid financial footing has greater access to bank loans and bonding for larger projects. If that sounds like just what you need, book a call today.
Meet Timothy Wingate
Your Construction Accountant
I know you want to be an organized and profitable business owner. That means you need a better understanding of the company’s finances. Without proper job costing, you have no idea if your projects are making or losing money.
You’re working six days a week, yet the business is just getting by. Everyone is depending on you and the pressure to keep the business moving forward feels overwhelming.
Stop struggling and instead build a business that’s profitable year after year.