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Doeren Mayhew helps a cross-section of the nation’s mid-sized specialty companies and general contractors with fluctuation in labor and material costs, financial surety bonding adversity and depleting cash flow.
Doeren Mayhew’s construction CPAs help a cross-section of the nation’s mid-sized specialty companies and general contractors with fluctuation in labor and material costs, financial surety bonding adversity and depleting cash flow.
Specializing in construction accounting for more than 80 years and serving more than 500 suppliers and general and specialty contractors doing business domestically and abroad, Doeren Mayhew’s Construction Group is comprised of dedicated construction accounting professionals to help you build on your continued success.
Doeren Mayhew’s experienced construction CPAs leverage a wealth of industry knowledge to help contractors just like you increase precision in cost accounting. Partnering with an experienced and credentialed construction accountant who keeps up with the industry, material price increases and new tax laws can help you to make educated financial decisions and offer strategic tax-savings opportunities.
Our Construction Group stays knowledgeable and active in local, state and national industry associations, including:
What is a construction CPA?
Construction CPAs are certified public accountants with an advanced understanding of the ins and outs of a construction business. With their industry knowledge and technical experience, they can assist you in areas such as job costing, tax compliance and planning, financial statement audits and much more.
What is the difference between construction accounting and regular accounting?
Construction accounting encompasses a greater range of industry-specific considerations than the basic accounting needs of traditional businesses. For example, a construction job requires consulting, engineering, materials, design, etc., all of which impact your bottom line. Construction CPAs consider the many direct and indirect costs of a job that would not otherwise be considered to help ensure your jobs and overall business is profitable.
For more information, contact our construction CPAs today.
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