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The needs of construction companies are complex as a result of an ever-changing and highly regulated environment, laws that vary by both state and local jurisdictions, and various banking and surety bond requirements. We are ready to address these and other related concerns, and help anticipate major issues that might adversely impact your business.
Our firm’s National Construction Practice brings decades of residential, industrial, commercial, and heavy construction experience working with a wide range of key industry segments including general contractors and subcontractors; underground and underwater construction; tunnel, bridge, road and highway contractors; institutional construction; and suppliers. Our clients range in size from startups to $1 billion in annual revenue.
Our professionals are among the country’s foremost authorities on tax, accounting and business issues for the construction industry. We pride ourselves on being a learning organization and strive to keep our clients and staff abreast of evolving and relevant industry topics.
We offer the highest quality of personal service and delivery of an exceptional product on every engagement. Our hands-on partners are committed to providing you “The Next Level of Service” for all of your construction needs.
Before tax reform, there were not many limitations on a business's ability to deduct interest expense on their tax return. However, beginning in 2018, tax reform will significantly alter the ability to deduct business interest expense for a great many taxpayers.
Tax reform provides an opportunity for simplification and tax relief for "small" businesses. Under the Act, a small business is defined as a taxpayer with average gross receipts during the previous three tax years of $25,000,000 or less. The $25,000,000 limit will be indexed for years after 2018. So what are qualifying taxpayers eligible for?
Wednesday November 28 2018 | 7:00AM—11:30AM |
Hosted at the Detroit Athletic Club
In 2015, the PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act) was passed. Starting in 2016, the PATH Act was enacted which extended additional benefits to business owners.
Hosted at UHY LLP
Tuesday November 7 2017 | 7:00AM—9:30AM