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Karen Pepe Comprehensive Accounting Business Job Cost Reporting Trumbull CTWhich of the following, or similar, fits your business?

A general contractor overseeing a multi-house subdivision?

A plumber, electrician, carpenter or any other service business who works on multiple jobs?

A retailer who sells their product to a variety of customers?

We tailor your accounting system towards job costing.

If any of the above scenarios, or something similar, are a fit, you know if you're making a profit on your jobs? If you answered 'no', then we can help you design an accounting system specifically tailored towards job costing.

Stop guessing: Know where you stand in terms of profit.

Proper setup of your customers, vendors, chart of accounts and, most important, job cost codes specifically tailored to your industry, will give you a clear picture on where you stand, profit-wise, on each of your jobs. Your vendors can also be set up to determine who will get a Form 1099 at the end of the year.