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.
If you haven’t looked at TimberScan lately, it’s worth more than a few minutes of your time. Core Associates, the makers of Timberscan have kept their product competitive by adding some additional enhancements.
Four ways to prepare for Year End for Sage 300 CRE (Timberline) and Sage 100 CON (MasterBuilder) users: upgrade your Sage software, get back on Sage support, add Users or Modules, and get LAI online training.
ERP stands for expense, regret, and pain. With the newly (re)branded Sage X3 (hold the ERP!) you get a simpler, more flexible, and faster solution…
Ledgerwood recommends three free trials to make your core Sage solutions more efficient, help expand your business communications, and make the world a better place.
Take Control of the Change Management Process! Project Management is one of those catch-all phrases, like ‘marketing,’ right? Everyone knows what Project Management generally means, everyone thinks they generally know […]
CRM for construction is not only relevant, but critical for new business development. AGC of America published an excellent article, “Does CRM Really Matter for Construction?”
Only 11% of construction companies use CRM to build new business! Get a leg up on your competition by using Sage CRM with Sage 300 CRE as a differentiator.
by Joanie Hollabaugh Creatively Coping with the Labor Shortage We’ve been judiciously warned over the last two years that there is a severe shortage of construction workers. Understandably, laid off […]
The recovery for the Construction industry has been “cautiously optimistic” for the last three years.
Do you believe the recession is truly over? Is the very gradual increase in Construction starts a true indicator of how bad things are, despite optimistic predictions? Or is it a deliberately crafted conservative industry strategy — to create a slow and deliberate progression towards construction stability?