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Upcoming Chapter Events

Welcome New Members

Susan Carol Wallis, Overleys

Tamura Leigh Nishi, Tamura Nishi Real Estate Accounting

Scott Bond, CPA, Metal-Weld specialties Inc.

Randy Leiker, eBacon

Chase Case, Kiska Construction Corp.

Samantha Koslovich, GCON, Inc.

Andrea Jones, Western Building Group, LLC

Malynda Dickinson, CPA, MFRG-ICON Construction

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Chapter Discussions

  • Great tips from Donald...thanks for sharing!  Carrie and Brandon, I work for eBacon-TAG, a workforce compliance software and ASO company based here in Phoenix.  We work with contractors across the US and would be more than happy to share our software ...

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    RE: Indirect Accounts

    We use Direct for most and cost them to a job. And our G&A are generally used for any expense that the business would have if you never had a job items such as Rent, Utilities, Admin Labor, etc. Carrie Stone, Vice-President of Finance ...

  • I think it is generally considered more ideal to direct cost every job cost if possible; indirect costs are the result of either the inability to determine an appropriate job for a cost or a poor cost/benefit analysis related to the effort required to ...