We are dedicated to helping you achieve success within your business. With extensive experience providing full-service accounting to landscapers, landscape architects and general contractors, we are intimately familiar with the seasonal fluctuations and day-to-day operations of the industry, including general landscaping, landscape construction, lawn service, masonry and tree services of all sizes.
With this expertise, we are well-versed in the challenges you face, such as increasing costs, competition, labor pool shortages and the going green movement. So if you’d like to spend more time bidding and prospecting for new business, let us handle your time-consuming and complex back-office accounting activities.
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We are dedicated to helping you achieve success. With extensive experience providing full-service tax and accounting to the landscaping industry, we are intimately familiar...read more
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If you have retirement on your mind, the big question is this: Are you in a financial position to do so? While nothing replaces the advice of a seasoned advisor, you can take your first step to answering this question by applying a simple 5-step calculation.
If you’re not a fan of Black Friday chaos—you know…the crowds, the rush, the relentless search for a parking space—then ditch the onsite shopping this year while still enjoying the sweet deals.
The Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule that allows a much larger pool of employees to earn overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. Specifically, the DOL raised the salary level for employees who are counted as “exempt” (or unable to earn overtime pay).