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Tailored financial solutions ensure precise alignment with subcontracting operations, promoting efficiency and clarity. Integrated wealth-building strategies empower subcontractors to grow personal wealth effortlessly while receiving expert guidance for success in their endeavors.

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  • Construction Accounting

    Tax strategies help subcntractors keeping more of their earnings

  • Construction Accounting

    Custom financial solutions cater to subcontracting needs precisely

  • Construction Accounting

    Integrated wealth-building secures long-term financial stability for subcontractors

Get the support you need to thrive. Construction Accounting offers expert guidance tailored to subcontractors. From tax strategies to financial planning, we're here to help you succeed in your subcontracting endeavors.

Tax Relief Made Easy

Subcontractors, like you, face tax headaches. Construction Accounting helps navigate this maze, minimizing your tax burden effortlessly. With expert strategies, you keep more of your hard-earned income without added stress.

Tailored Financial Solutions

Your business is unique, and so are your financial needs. Construction Accounting customizes solutions to fit your specific operations perfectly. Like a bespoke suit, your financial setup aligns seamlessly with your subcontracting work.

Wealth Building Integration

Beyond just managing finances, we integrate personalized wealth-building strategies into your business operations. It's like planting seeds that grow into big money trees while you focus on your subcontracting projects.

Clarity and Efficiency

Say goodbye to financial confusion. Construction Accounting ensures your financial setup is clear and efficient, enhancing your overall business performance. With streamlined processes, you can focus on what you do best – completing projects.

How your report should be layed out

A Subcontractors set of accounts must be aligned with their revenue and expense activities. Although the example here is very basic, at a minimum we want to track labour and materials.


As with all construction accounting, when designing a set of accounts for a subcontractors company we need to identify the revenue streams that have direct costs associated to them. We can get this information from your quotes and past jobs. We also need to identify any other major revenue streams that we would like to identify separately.

Direct Costs

Once we have set up your income accounts we then create the accounts for the direct costs associated with deriving revenue. This is a great way to ensures all of your business operations are individually profitable. For example, you may be adding a margin to materials, having the income and costs identifiable will allow you to check at the end of the month whether or not these margins are actually being recognised as your business goes about it's operations.

Lastly we want to ensure that no other variable costs are sitting in our overheads section and vice versa. Commonly we find that management salaries have not been pulled apart from the operating wages. This must be done to ensure a correct reading of the accounts.

Gross Profit

This completes the top half of the income statement and the gross profit, this will give you some good insights into the company.

Different forms of profit, tracking categories, and timing are discussed below.


We like to show different levels of profit, typically most statements might have net profit and profit after tax. However another good figure is you operating profit or EBITDA. This shows the companies performance before the current ownership structures costs, this can have better comparability over time as the companies capital structure changes.


Timing is the last key issue for electricians, we must do our best, sometimes creatively, to align the revenue streams with the costs otherwise we risk throwing out our gross profit. Typically what happens is a subcontractor would receive an invoice from their supplier but not be at a stage to invoice their client. In most cases we can get around this even if you have to create a separate expense account for these situations.

Tracking Categories

Further breakdown of the income statement can also be achieved through tracking categories, most accounting systems have this extended feature. This is not represented in the above example as it is even more company specific. We do however believe that most construction companies should be utilising this feature.

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