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Contractor Newsletter July/August 2023

Summer construction projects are booming and it can be tempting to take on projects in nearby states. If you are a contractor based in the Philadelphia region, you may work on a construction project in nearby New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland or New York. The same can be said for New Jersey contractors who may work on a conveniently located construction project across state lines.

Working In Another State?

If your construction projects require you to cross state lines, it is important to understand sales and use taxes, which is one of the topics in this edition of our Contractor newsletter.

Articles in this issue include:

  • Labor burden rate: Ensure bids account for this critical metric
  • Crossing state lines? Brush up on sales and use taxes
  • 5 tips for a smoother surety experience
  • Flying high with a drone while staying grounded about the risks

As always, if you have question on any of these articles or other topics, please contact Stephen Slade, CPA, or any of our construction accountants.

To read the July/August issue of Contractor, please click HERE.

Contractor newsletter for July August 2023
Contractor News for July and August 2023. Your construction accounting resource.

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