You are a contractor. You know your trade, and you're good at it. But what about the unique financial and legal concerns of running a construction business? Do you have the right tools for dealing with money and the law? Attorney Jim Kramon provides all the information you need to turn your hard work into greater financial security.
About the Author
Jim Kramon is a founder of Kramon & Graham, a 30-person law firm in Baltimore, Maryland. Jim and his firm have represented small contractors and tradespeople for over 30 years.
Table of Contents
Money Matters: Pricing, Billing, Collecting
Contracts and Beyond: Protecting Your Business
Running and Growing Your Business
Managing the Paper Chase
Drawing the Line: Business vs. Personal Finances
Sizing Up Your Options: Corporations, Partnerships, Employees
Taxes: Plain and Simple
Insurance: Money Well Spent
Medical Insurance: How to Live with It
Disability: Anticipating the Solution
Retirement Planning: Never Too Early
Your First Year in Business