Annual Construction Conference
This complimentary conference is specifically designed to provide valuable insight and best practices to help businesses in the construction industry succeed. This year’s conference will provide up-to-date guidance on the new revenue recognition standard and offer tips, tricks and real-world examples. Plus, we will highlight key tax provisions that impact the construction industry.
Building a Strong Year-End Tax Strategy
This session will provide insight on how to utilize tax-reducing techniques specific to the construction businesses and will explore the creative year-end tax planning strategies you can implement before the end of 2019 to reduce your company’s income taxes.
Joseph A. Hardick, CPA, CCIFP, Dannible & McKee, LLP
The New Revenue Recognition Standard is Finally(!) Here – A “How To” Guide
An in-depth look at the updated revenue recognition standard effective for 2019 private company financial reporting, including key features, trouble spots, real-world examples, disclosure guidance and what we’ve learned from public company implementation.
Benjamin Sumner, CPA, Dannible & McKee, LLP
Kenneth C. Gardiner, CPA, CCIFP, CDA, Dannible & McKee, LLP
Revenue Recognition – Inside Looking Out and Outside Looking In
A discussion on the impact the new revenue recognition requirements will have on your internal accounting function and outside users of your financial information.
Benjamin Sumner, Dannible & McKee, CPA, LLP
Kenneth C. Gardiner, Dannible & McKee, CPA, CCIFP, CDA, LLP
Harry J. Wolf, Liberty Mutual
Dannible & McKee, LLP is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
This is an intermediate level, live presentation and the learning objectives are shown in the conference agenda. The prerequisite is basic business knowledge and no advanced preparation is required. Recommended CPE credit categories are Taxes and Accounting.