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Is This Your Situation: Trying to Manage Seasonal Construction Budgets


Construction is a profitable industry, but there is one major challenge. If you're in an area that's blanketed with cold and snow in the winter, you may have significant periods of downtime for your business. Depending on where you live, you and your workers have to plan efficiently to ensure that you're not coming up short throughout January and February, or even longer, when weather halts progress.

Annual Budget and Payroll Calculations

Monthly budgets work for most businesses. A solid budget and payroll plan ensures that they can support their monthly payments and expenses, but it doesn't always account for significant costs. A construction firm needs to establish an annual budgeting plan because it won't always have the luxury of growth during months in which work can't be conducted.

Your budget needs to be maintained and overspending controlled. This includes during the summer months when business is good. If you invest in upgrades or other expenses during the busy months, remember that you'll have to pay taxes and your employees year-round; otherwise, you may find yourself short in the lean times.

Although you may be profitable in the summer, you should plan to allocate that extra money to cover seasonal deficits that you may experience later in the year. Keeping in mind the needs of your firm and your employees working in the construction industry, you should create an annual budget to avoid challenges during months when you may lack projects that can generate income for your business.

Payroll Budgeting Software

A great way to ensure that you have the right budget and payroll processes in place is to use good budgeting software. This tool can keep track of your business income, important expenses, and tax requirements and payments. It  also can help you manage personnel costs, bonuses, and costs to buy additional equipment or construction vehicles.

Software to help you with an annual budget is a good first step, but you can do more. Although the financials of an annual budget can be complicated, you don't have to tackle this task alone.

Are you still trying to get a handle on budgeting issues? Give us a call today, and we'll help you work out a budget that's right for your company.

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