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Management structure

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As a company grows, you need to have some sort of structure which has become evident. Each position needs to have clear responsibilities so there is no confusion as to who is in charge of what. As it stands now … Continued

Warranties on Equipment

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It is important to track warranties on equipment since it can save you a lot of money in the long run. Especially this becomes critical when your company grows and you have more and more equipment to keep track of, … Continued

Hiring a Shop Mechanic

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Last year was my first year hiring a mechanic. It didn’t go perfectly, but I learned a lot so am much more prepared to hire our next mechanic. Our first mechanic was a student at a nearby school. An extremely … Continued

Direct Mail

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Direct mail is an effective method of advertising. In the past, I have been less than satisfied with my response to direct mailings. They are THE most expensive way for us to obtain leads, but it is important to remember … Continued

Lawn Care Marketing in Newspapers

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I love marketing, it is one of my favorite parts of running a business. Every year I like to try something new- In 2015 it will be newspaper stickers. These stickers go on the very front of the local newspapers … Continued

Billing & Collections

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In the landscaping industry, most people bill once per month after the work is completed. This means that if a company starts working for a customer June 1, they cut the lawn weekly the month of June, they will send … Continued

Quickbooks Budgeting Software

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Creating a budget becomes more and more important as your company grows. I did not start using a budget until last year. It started when I bought a house- my liabilities went up and I wanted to make sure I … Continued

Landscaping company mechanic

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Today I dealt with a couple issues. First, I met with my office manager for a few hours to go over our chart of accounts and some other miscellaneous odds and ends. Secondly, I was managing our mechanic. This is … Continued