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Many construction companies perform qualified research activities and have claimed the research and development credit activities on the corporate and shareholder tax returns.  Construction contractors are becoming increasingly involved during the design phase of construction projects under Design Build,

Succession plans are focused on the sustainability of a business, while estate plans are focused on the mechanical transfer of your assets to the intended heirs (including ownership interests in a business).  In family owned and operated businesses, the

In the construction industry, the heartbeat of financial health is cash flow. More companies fail from poor cash flow management than lack of profitability. Managing the flow of funds is not just a financial chore but a fundamental survival

The construction industry, while resilient and adaptive, is not immune to the ebbs and flows of the economy. Economic downturns can cast a shadow over even the most robust construction companies, presenting challenges   Understanding the Impact of Economic

In an era where environmental consciousness is becoming an integral part of business strategy, the construction industry is embracing the principles of sustainability with fervor. Green building practices not only contribute to a healthier planet but also yield tangible

Understanding the intricacies of financial reporting in the construction sector requires a deep dive into various standards that shape the landscape. One such significant standard is the Revenue Recognition Standards, commonly referred to as ASC 606. Whether you’re a

In the realm of the construction industry, where the foundation of success is built on good planning and better execution, the time eventually comes for business owners to consider their exit strategy. Whether it’s a well-earned retirement or a

In the dynamic world of construction, equipment serves as the backbone of projects, enabling contractors to turn plans into tangible structures. However, the decision to invest in equipment is not merely about functionality; it’s a strategic choice that can