By: Bryan Porter

By: Brian Porter & Todd Feuerman The value that a construction accountant can provide is often misunderstood and encompasses much more than just filing taxes. A quality accountant is a business partner who provides sound financial advice and helps the... Continue Reading

By: Carl Kampel

The  (FASB) issued final guidance that requires management to evaluate conditions or events that raise substantial doubt about an organization’s ability to continue as a going concern.   Substantial doubt exists when it is probable that the organization will be unable... Continue Reading

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As nonprofits continue to compete for fewer resources and limited funding, those that thrive have taken several pages from the books of the for-profit world, engaging in technology updates, mergers and acquisitions, and increasingly transparent operations. The sector also continues... Continue Reading
By: Jared Rosen On August 14, 2014, the (DOL) issued Field Assistance Bulletin (FAB) 2014-01 which provides updated guidance to fiduciaries of terminated defined contribution plans regarding locating and distributing plan assets to missing participants. Under the Internal Revenue Code,... Continue Reading

Recommended By: Bryan Porter

The new revenue recognition accounting standard has received a lot of attention as preparers and users of financial statements begin to digest how the standard will effect business as we know it.  This article from Construction Executive provides an introduction... Continue Reading

By: Stephanie McGuire

Benefit plan documents should be reviewed regularly with the plan’s third-party administrator. While a plan’s TPA can assist employers in meeting regulatory requirements, it is important to define the roles and responsibilities of the plan sponsor, who is ultimately responsible... Continue Reading

By: Todd Feuerman

The banking crisis and economic recession have created a new playing field for construction firms in which margins are extremely tight, bid lists are expansive, larger and non-local contractors are entering unchartered territories and construction firms are trying to identify... Continue Reading

By: Carl Kampel

  At last count, there were approximately 121 million households in the United States and, of those households, approximately two-thirds had assets in a retirement plan. According to the Internal Revenue Service, retirement plan assets were approximately $23 trillion in... Continue Reading

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