Indirect costs can have a substantial impact on a construction company’s financial picture and bottom line. But they’re not always easy to see.
Bob Teska, CPA, Partner in Charge of Construction Services, discusses an array of topics from surety bonds, financial statements and the three Cs in this webinar.
This is the fifth and final part of the Construction and Surety series brought to you by Bob Teska, CPA, and Mike Tresidder, Director of Surety.
“COVID-19, essential vs. non-essential, PPP, PPE” are now staples in everyday conversations. What does it mean for the construction and surety industries?
Bob Teska, CPA, joins three colleagues from Reagan Companies for a round table discussion regarding current construction industry updates.
Nicholas A. Agrippino, CPA and Michael P. Vanderhoof, CPA review key issues currently affecting the Construction Industry.
This is the third in a six-part series brought to you by Bob Teska, CPA, Partner-in-Charge of Construction Services, and Mike Tresidder, Director of Surety for Insurance Office of America.
A financial statement is a “historical” document, and the Income Statement is telling you what happened over a 12-month period.
A Candid Conversation: How the Availability of Financial Statements Are Impacted by the Current Economic Environment
Bob Teska, CPA and Mike Tresidder, a Surety professional, discuss the impact COVID-19 will have on Financial Statements and the construction industry.
Use these two strategies to minimize workers’ compensation costs and understand unique risks. By Brett Findlay The construction industry continually faces increasing challenges with insurance… Read More »Guest Column: Lower Workers’ Compensation with a PAP Credit and Payroll Limitation