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By: Michael Cirangle

As the construction industry returns to prerecession levels, CFMs should prepare for increased IRS scrutiny of their selected tax accounting methods and deductions. From reasonable compensation issues to application of accounting methods for exempt and non-exempt contracts, CFMs need to... Continue Reading
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By: Kim Fusco and David Schriver

The wait is over! The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has released the long-awaited Accounting Standards Update No. 2016-14. Issued on August 18, 2016, this update will change the financial reporting model for all not-for-profit organizations — including independent schools.... Continue Reading
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By: Michael Strauss

and Travis Klein

It’s no secret that office spaces in Greater Baltimore are changing. Gone are the days of offices with large file rooms; high cubicle dividers; stuffy, closed offices; and dark hallways. Open-plan work spaces, industrial warehouse conversions, and “live, work, play”... Continue Reading
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By: Todd Feuerman

The construction marketplace continues to show signs of improvement as contractors work through backlogs that include sub-par margin work secured a few years ago.  This improvement in the industry, along with the surety industry experiencing better-than-average loss ratios, means potential... Continue Reading

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