Planning for the Present: A Webinar for Manufacturers

The manufacturing industry was uniquely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. For the first time in history the industry’s workforce, product demand, and supply chains were all affected at the same time. One of the greatest challenges was cash flow. Manufacturers, much like construction contractors, often operate on tight profit margins and while PPP loans and… Read more »

Your Construction Finance Blueprint

This content was produced in partnership with DARE Capital.  You are having success building your construction business. You have blueprints for jobs, but a financial blueprint for your company? Not so much. If your construction business is growing every year, but … your paycheck seems to stay the same; you always feel like cash flow… Read more »

Equipment Financing for Construction Contractors

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Equipment financing is another powerful tool to help your business grow and succeed. Financing a newer piece of equipment can help you cut costs, avoid delays, and build credit. We sat down with Gerald King, founder of King Commercial Capital, a cash flow solutions brokerage firm that specializes in equipment financing, to learn how equipment… Read more »

Combating COVID-19 Anxiety in the Construction Industry

The coronavirus has put tremendous pressure on small business construction contractors across the country. Whether their state has deemed construction “essential work” or not, business owners are grappling with tough decisions. Some of these challenges are human — balancing the need to keep a business solvent against the very real pain of letting good people… Read more »

Payroll Tips for Construction Subcontractors

Construction payroll is more complex than payroll in more “traditional” industries. Your payroll can fluctuate when a new project starts, and every week throughout the job right up to its completion. Managing payroll internally is time-consuming, inefficient, and potentially exposes you to mistakes, lost revenue, theft and fraud. Yet, many contracting companies still choose to… Read more »

Is There Really Good Debt and Bad Debt?

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Is there such a thing as “good debt?” Yes, there is. What is the difference between good debt and bad debt? Good debt helps you grow. Bad debt weighs you down. For example, meet Kelly, owner of Kelly’s Creations. Kelly has owned and operated the small manufacturing company for 10 years, ever since her dad… Read more »