CRI’s Year-End Construction Seminar Slated for Oct. 28

HOUSTON, TX – (OCTOBER 9, 2014) – Join the construction CPAs of CRI for the morning of Tuesday, October 28th, at the Carr, Riggs & Ingram office in Houston to create a game plan for a successful 2014.

The seminar provides general contractors and subcontractors with accounting, tax, and general business strategies for enhancing profitability and preparing for upcoming changes and opportunities. This construction event, which includes breakfast, features hot topics including:

  • Watch Pre-Game Film of Upcoming Taxation and Reporting Changes. This session is our version of running drills to stay sharp on topics including the new revenue recognition rules, lease accounting rules, and current tax issues/updates. Learn the best strategies for creating a game plan for your construction company’s successful year-end season.
  • Make the First String by Proactively Addressing Immigration Issues & Workers. It’s time to be sure your construction company is executing the tried and true plays for staying in compliance with governmental agencies when using immigrant labor. Listen to updates on immigration law and strategies for avoiding a flag on your play in the form of penalties for employing illegal immigrants.
  • Home Field Advantage: Keys to Contractor Success. This session is designed to help you maintain your focus on a winning season by utilizing key strategies beginning with forecasting and setting goals for success. Learn how to tweak your playbook to improve supplier collaboration, evaluate client credit worthiness, and promote on-time payments.
  • Hall of Fame Success with Business Valuing and Succession & Estate Planning. There’s more to running a construction company than just managing the daily activities. To secure your place in the Hall of Fame, you first require a basic idea of the value of your company and a transition plan. Creating this plan requires evaluating obstacles and potential solutions related to succession planning while keeping in mind how estates are currently taxed for closely-held businesses.