Confidence may have returned to market, but according to the latest PwC Global CEO Survey, 88% of engineering and construction leaders are still concerned by the risk of uncertain economic growth.
Which raises the question – how do you plan for the unknown?
Well the first place to start should be your finances. Even when times are good, it’s important to get your management information doing the hard work for you. And when it comes to construction accounting, that means having accurate data on the health of your order book, your forecasted costs and associated budgets.
Identifying and planning for a wide range of different scenarios, the collapse of a subcontractor or the receipt of a hefty landfill tax bill for example, means that you’re always ready and able to respond to changes in the market.
Which, in an industry plagued by growing environmental regulations and skills shortages, happens quite a lot.
Our work with others in the construction industry means that we understand the market issues as much as we do the accounting practices that go with them.
We offer a no-nonsense service that combines straight talking honest advice with a personal touch that you’d struggle to find elsewhere.
As a My Financepartner client you’ll have your own dedicated Financepartner. Right from day one you’re in control of where, when and how often you meet. Coupled with that, you can pick up the phone to our national team of accountants as often as you like as part of your package.
We know that businesses aren’t just built on facts and figures though and that’s why we offer more. As well as handling your accountancy needs, your Financepartner can sit in on board meetings if you need, to provide you with financial advice as you devise your business plans, and generally offer the kind of support you need to grow your company.
Sound interesting? Then why not find out more about us or get in touch for a free, no obligation consultation?