Submitted by Bryan Eto, CPA BeachFleischman It’s a family affair!? Customer relationships with general contractors or owners who give your firm regular work can be like family relationships. One specialty […]
Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or financed during the tax year. It’s a fairly educated guess to believe that Section 179 will continue to shrink or disappear in the near future.
Version 12.1 contains some significant changes to the data structure which were further enhanced in version 13.1, and Sage recommends that customers bypass 12.1 and upgrade directly to 13.1.
Once you have identified the reason for your profit starting to sink, you can make adjustments. Be sure to track these adjustments so (a) you know if your actions are effective, and (b) for historical value in future construction project estimating.
With an automated workflow, the processes in the Sage 300 CRE AP workflow can be substantially shortened – thus getting more efficient use out of your construction accounting software.
Is your current construction accounting software solution growing in parallel with your company? Perhaps it has the capabilities to expand as you grow, but you are not utilizing it to its full potential.
Sage typically releases the latest version of Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (Timberline) at the end of the year, right when the accounting personnel of many companies are gearing up for closing the year, preparing tax filings, and surviving audits.
How do I access prior years’ (2 years back or more) financial statements and transactions after closing the current year in Timberline? Or, in other words, I’m losing access to the previous prior year’s detail because I closed the year. How can I still access it after the close?
Using the Desktop Reconciliation Tool for Cash Management By Donna King, Sage Timberline Office Senior Certified Consultant The Reconciliation Tool is an additional tool available from your Sage Desktop. This tool […]
Last week I traveled the 120 miles from Phoenix to Tucson to attend the CFMA 2011 Tax Update presented by Beach Fleischman, a Tucson accounting firm. Although taxes are […]