Profit and Loss

A standard financial statement also known as the income statement, statement of financial position, or revenues in excess of expenses.

Completed Contract Method of Accounting in the Construction Industry

Completed Contract Method

The completed contract method of accounting recognizes revenue and the associated costs once the project is complete.  This is one of the two popular accounting methods used in the construction industry.  For residential contractors, the completed contract method may have a slight tax advantage by deferring revenue recognition but is generally not considered the best method of accounting in the construction industry. 

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Accounting Principles

Accounting Principles

Simply stated, accounting is the measurement of economic activity.  Its primary principle is to report information to the user so that (s)he can make informed decisions.  The primary reporting format is in the form of dollars.  There are two important reports used by pretty much 99% of all business operations to determine the status of the business operation.  These are the income statement and the balance sheet.

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