First Of All ... Happy New Year!
The end of the year seems to be the main time that planning takes place. It is accepted that the new year requires a new plan. So I have pulled together five of the posts that might come in handy for your planning.
First is a general piece on planning.
PLANNING FOR THE NEW YEAR
Next comes two articles on profit planning that tie into the last two.
WHEN PROFIT HAPPENS
The fourth article gives you a tool for planning your expenses.
BUDGETING FOR EXPENSES
The last article gives you a method for calculating appropriate new hourly rates.
HOW MUCH ARE YOU WORTH AN HOUR?
Top Posts Of The Past Year
The next things that this roundup does is give you a list of the most viewed articles from the past year. There aren't really any surprises here, but it is a handy list. I am surprised at how enduringly popular some of the detail posts are. I haven't posted a new one since early 2014. Maybe I should re-think that decision.
Anyway here are the ten most popular posts for this past year.
- ARCHITECTURAL FEE AS A PERCENT OF CONSTRUCTION COST
- PITCH POCKET DETAIL
- RECEPTION COUNTERS
- FEE AS A PERCENTAGE OF CONSTRUCTION COST (actual fee schedule)
- THE IDEAL JANITORS CLOSET
- RECEPTION COUNTER CASEWORK
- TYPICAL DRYWALL PARTITION DETAILS
- ROOF SCUPPER
- DO YOU NEED THE KOLBE SYSTEM
- OLD SCHOOL DRAFTING CONVENTIONS
Well, that's the recap for 2014. Time to start thinking about 2015.
Happy New Year!