This includes sessions from the conference: Construction and Real Estate Conference 2019
This discussion will be focused on "What keeps a CFO up at night".
You will learn about:
This session is an opportunity to interact with leaders in the construction tax arena.
Attendees will gain:
The state-legalized cannabis market is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. Real estate is at the heart of the cannabis industry with mission-critical facilities necessary to produce, process and distribute products to consumers. This session will provide a high-level overview of the cannabis industry and offer an in-depth discussion of the opportunity and challenges associated with investing in the capital-intensive and specialized real estate that serves an emerging, high-growth industry, which remains illegal at the federal level.Speaker(s):
This presentation will include a discussion of analytical procedures and considerations required for preparation of the contract WIP schedules for heavy highway contractors. The session will also include internal control and auditing procedures to consider for the contract WIP schedules.Speaker(s):
In this program, a nationally recognized estate planning attorney with expertise in advising high net worth clients in matters of estate and charitable planning will examine the unique issues and opportunities involved when advising real estate investors on matters of wealth transfer.Speaker(s):
Impairment of Long-Lived Assets including Right-of-Use Assets of Leassees (as defined under ASC Topic 842)Speaker(s):
This session is an interactive panel discussion on:
The Tax Experts Panel provides the attendees the opportunity to ask the Experts questions regarding relevant topic discussed during the conference or with their practice.Speaker(s):
Stay Competitive With The Right Software Solution For contractors the stakes are high and a poor decision can put a contractor’s reputation and prospects for future work in jeopardy. Contractors face many business challenges today and are only compounded when you factor in issues like: • Lack of Transparency across project teams • Manual processes that slow down collaboration and communication • Time wasted converting or recreating information into multiple tools In order to manage these challenges more efficiently you need the right tools. But in the vast landscape of software choices how do you know what you really need? What functionality do you need and how will you implement it? How do you get your teams to adapt and use new software? Poor technology decisions can create more headaches and risk for your company when not done properly. In this presentation you will understand how to make the right construction software decisions for your business and teams and the process to get there.Speaker(s):
Establishing effective and appropriate methods for charging direct, indirect and equipment costs to jobs is critical in accounting for contract costs. In this session, we will review different strategies and methods for job costing including the allocation of indirect and equipment costs. In addition, we will explore best practices and review real life examples of how to align your estimating, budgeting and accounting methods for indirect and equipment costs.Speaker(s):