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  • Construction contractors need to work with a CPA who knows their industry to help ensure their financial performance is in line with healthy benchmarks and to remedy any signs of financial trouble, says Julian Xavier, CPA and Partner at NASBP Associate...

  • Construction-oriented certified public accountants (CPAs) have an advantage in helping contractors produce accurate, timely financial reports and address a wide range of risks, says Emilio F. Alvarez , founder and Managing Partner of NASBP Associate...

  • The number one issue construction contracting companies will face over the next 10 to 20 years is succession planning, according to accounting firm BKD, LLP . As the amount of wealth in the nation transfers generations, that also includes wealth tied...

  • An open dialogue between a surety, contractor, and certified public accountant is crucial to guide emerging contractors finding themselves in new territory when entering the surety market, says David V. Jean, a CPA and a principal of Albin, Randall...

  • Selecting an accounting firm is a critical decision for construction firms, particularly those looking to qualify for bonding for a contract. Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) and other trusted advisers play an integral function to a construction...