These HVAC accounting and bookkeeping related materials were created by Mr. HVAC specifically for the heating and air conditioning business professional. These materials are fully editable Word documents that are compatible with MS Word 2007 and higher. A PDF version is also ncluded. Each document is contained in a zip file for fast, easy, immediate download. Nothing is shipped and there are no processing fees.
HVAC Chart of Accounts With Sample Income Statement and Balance SheetA quality chart of accounts is essential to proper accounting and bookkeeping. This is a comprehensive chart of accounts that includes income, COGS, and overhead items. There is great detail without getting carried away. This designed specifically for the HVAC, plumbing, or electrical industry. We have also included a sample income statement that represents the top 20% of all contractors we have worked with. This is a great tool to compare your financials with others. The detailed sample income statement alone makes the investment worth while. This is a fully editable MS Word document.
Job Costing and Estimate WorksheetThis well done form is a two sided 14" worksheet prepared and used by a successful contractor and now used by many others. It is perfect for helping you figure any residential and most commercial HVAC jobs. We have included sheet metal, duct work, takeoffs, round pipe, rectangle pipe, electrical, and much more. This complicated form was designed using Microsoft Word. We have included the file on disk so that you can customize it for your own needs. The form is very flexible. This worksheet took us MANY hours to create. You can't do much typing and creating for 10 bucks so why not just invest in this one. Don't reinvent the wheel. This price is cheap! You get both a PDF and a fully editable MS Word document. Two pages.
Simple Accounting Principles for Small ContractorsOur goal was to explain the concept of basic accounting, in a way the contractor could understand, in 25 pages or less. We have done it. The book is actually larger but includes a very comprehensive glossary of accounting terms, samples, thorough table of contents, custom chart of accounts (made especially for the contractor), and more. Accounting For Non-Accountants covers Income Statements, Balance Sheet, Credit and Debits, T-Accounts, General Ledger, A/R, A/P, Cash Accounting, Cash Accounts, Accrual Accounting, Cash Verses Accrual, Cost Allocation, Job Costing, Adjusting Entries, Tax Reporting, Management Reporting, and much more. You are buying a digital copy of this book in PDF format. The accounting exam portion of the book is in MS Word format and is completely editable. Your company may print this material as many times as you wish.