• Tips for Finding and Training Apprentices

    Tips for Finding and Training Apprentices

    Everything that you teach your apprentices will affect how they approach the job as they grow into more responsible roles, and many of your lessons may eventually be passed down to their future apprentices as well.

  • Social Media Dos and Don’ts

    Social Media Dos and Don’ts

    People will come to your social media pages if they think you have something interesting and valuable to say. So, share trends and what’s new in your industry. Explain about the latest class you took related to the latest techniques in construction.

  • When to Call it Quits in a Business Relationship

    When to Call it Quits in a Business Relationship

    When you’re just starting out in business, you may grab every job you can. Work can be scarce, and new contractors can’t afford to be very choosy. After a time, your business is going to grow, and you’ll have the option of picking and choosing your clients.

  • Do You Need Legal Expenses Insurance?

    Do You Need Legal Expenses Insurance?

    Lawyers are expensive - there are no two ways about it. Getting good representation can cost you a pretty good chunk of change and is necessary if you want to fight a lawsuit from an unhappy client, injured subcontractor or feel the need to bring a case to court.

  • Do You Need an Accountant?

    Do You Need an Accountant?

    We aren’t saying you aren’t capable of handling your own books. Many business owners, including contractors, do so every day. But if you’re in a position where you don’t have to and don’t want to, then why torture yourself? Spend the extra money and let the pros do it. And then write the expense off your taxes.

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