Construction Accounting and Contractor Newsletter September/October 2023 Graphic

Contractor March/April 2024

This issue of Contractor includes reminders on liability, as it relates to a new final rule that changes the definition of “joint employer” as defined by the National Labor Relations Act. Another article of interest includes a reminder of the importance of accurate, well-produced financial statements that should be expanded as your company grows, to include supplementary schedules of contracts in progress.

Our March/April issue of Contractor includes the following articles:

  • Joint employer final rule Construction companies should beware of liability
  • Being a little “extra” with a schedule of contracts in progress
  • 5 ways to maintain more secure jobsites
  • Is your construction business cybersecure?

As always, if you have questions on any of these articles or other topics related to your construction business, please contact Stephen Slade, CPA in our Horsham office, Adrienne Straccione, CPA, CCIFP in our Philadelphia office, or any of our construction accountants.

To read this issue of Contractor, please click here.

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