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Construction contractors and sales tax

TaxConnex

Construction contractors have a tough job these days, given labor shortages, supply-chain headaches and mushrooming regulation. Generally, a business in the construction industry is performing a service, and most services are excluded from sales and use tax. Lump-sum and separated (itemized) contracts.

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Mastering Tone For Construction Company Connections

Randal DeHart

Mastering the right tone is critical when connecting and communicating with people in the construction business. For small construction businesses, email is frequently the preferred way to communicate with new leads, customers, and employees – but if you haven't mastered your tone, the meaning of your message may be lost.

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Preventing Fraud in your Construction Company

RogerRossmeisl

Fraud is costly for all victimized companies, but it’s even worse in the construction sector. Some types of fraud are more prevalent in the construction industry, particularly payroll and billing fraud. The post Preventing Fraud in your Construction Company appeared first on Roger Rossmeisl, CPA.

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Construction for accountants

Accounting Today

Kit Dickinson of ADP shares the latest issues in the construction industry, and what they need from their CPAs.

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The Benefits Of Outsourcing For Construction Company Owners

Randal DeHart

Outsourcing can offer a range of advantages for small construction businesses in today's competitive market. Small construction businesses can streamline operations, increase productivity, and scale faster than ever by working with external professionals or firms who work in certain areas. And that means they need to reduce costs.

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Practical Tax Season Tips For Construction Business Owners

Randal DeHart

Tax season can be a bit overwhelming for construction business owners, especially with many things to keep track of in our industry. We know that construction businesses have unique tax considerations that can be tricky to navigate, such as complex accounting and bookkeeping challenges and issues related to payroll and sales taxes.

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New opportunities and challenges for construction clients

Accounting Today

Federal money is keeping construction businesses busy, but comes with its own complications.