I’m reading a lot of criticism of price gouging in Houston right now and wish to take a moment to explain the other side of the issue. My small business chooses to stock emergency supplies in the event of a situation like this in our small rural community, including up to 2,000 gallons of gasoline, […]
A three-minute explanation of the most common types of accountant verification letters and a tip on which type is the easiest and least expensive.
Health insurance price increases will hit small business contractors hard next year. A Pennsylvania contractor earning $100,000 per year will pay about $350 more per month. I’ve already heard from Pennsylvania contractor clients facing rate increases of $750 or month and a NJ contractor with more than $1,000 hike in his monthly bill for family […]
The results of a major survey of the remodeling industry were released this week in the annual Houzz & Home study that is reportedly the industry’s largest survey of residential remodeling, building and decorating activity. I suggest that remodelers should compare the findings in the report with the assumptions built into their own business plans. […]