As a bricklayers' business, you'll find Bench Accounting on hand to deliver regular bookkeeping updates. Got queries that can't be put on hold? Rest assured, our response time is within one business day or less.
Our platform is designed to eliminate cumbersome data entry tasks for bricklaying businesses, reducing the chances of errors. We've partnered with major vendors including Gusto, Stripe, Shopify, and Square to ensure your financials are always correct and up-to-date. That's why Bench is the perfect bookkeeping solution for bricklayers.
Say goodbye to stacks of invoices and tedious manual record-keeping—we streamline all your financial data directly from linked accounts. Gain insights from one unified dashboard so you can effectively comprehend the financial status of your bricklaying business and make informed strategic decisions.
DR. BUKKY KOLAWOLE
A bricklaying business may face unique accounting challenges including managing a fluctuating income due to seasonal variations in business, keeping up to date with tax rules particularly for buying and selling of equipment, monitoring labor costs, tracking materials and inventory, and dealing with cash flow unpredictability often associated with construction projects.
Bench Accounting's team of expert bookkeepers can help a bricklaying business overcome these challenges. We offer a range of services, including real-time financial reporting, which can help you manage income fluctuations and maintain a clear picture of your financial health.
Additionally, our professionals keep up to date with industry-specific tax regulations, ensuring you don't miss out on deductions or incur penalties. We also track your labor costs, materials, and inventory, helping you to identify inefficiencies and cost savings.
Through our cash flow management services, we ensure you have a regular, updated picture of your cash situation, enabling you to proactively make decisions about purchasing equipment, hiring personnel, or investing in business growth.
Bench Accounting's bookkeeping services can drastically help manage the cost of raw materials and labor in the bricklaying industry. Our experienced bookkeepers accurately track spending in all areas of your business, quickly identifying potential areas for cost savings.
By keeping a meticulous record of all raw material and labor expenditures, we can assist you in making data-based decisions regarding purchases and labor. This can lead to more efficient use of resources, better budgeting, and ultimately, significant cost savings.
Additionally, our bookkeepers can provide you with monthly financial reports, offering you a clear picture of your expenses and helping to forecast future costs based on past data. All of this combines to ensure you run a cost-effective operation while maintaining the high standard of your bricklaying projects.
The Bench Accounting system is fully equipped to cater to the seasonal nature of the bricklaying industry. We understand that income and expenses can fluctuate drastically depending on the time of year.
Our bookkeepers provide monthly financial statements so you can keep track of your business's performance throughout the year. They ensure all transactions are accurately categorized, regardless of the season. This way, you’ll have a clear picture of your income, expenses, and profitability during both peak and off-peak seasons.
Furthermore, Bench Accounting can help you plan and prepare for tax season. Our year-end financial package provides all the information you need to file your taxes. We also provide tax advisory services that can offer specific insights into managing the seasonal aspect of your finances.
With Bench Accounting, you can manage your finances effectively, regardless of the seasonal swings of the bricklaying industry.
Nope! All bookkeeping is completed in-house.
Your bookkeeper will be your main point of contact, but at times you might hear from another member of your team. This is usually when your bookkeeper goes on vacation, is sick, or otherwise unavailable.
We handle the bookkeeping for you but sometimes we’ll need your input, especially at year-end. On average, expect to spend 15 minutes each month answering questions for your bookkeeper, or uploading supporting docs.