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New Decade, New Strategic Plan for your Organization?

A strong strategic plan is critical to your organization’s success. It helps guide management through decision making and creates clarity for the

The Future of Construction

In thinking about the future of construction, my Google search turned up a lot of ideas. Some of the main aspirations of construction companies for the

Postcard from the AICPA Construction and Real Estate Conference

Last week, the AICPA hosted its annual Construction and Real Estate conference in Las Vegas, welcoming over 1,000 attendees. I was fortunate to participate,

Big Data in the Construction World

We hear a lot about “big data” these days. But what exactly generates big data in the construction world, and what value, if any, does it hold

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Impact Fee vs. Severance Tax

Natural gas producers for unconventional wells do pay something; it’s in the form of an impact fee. Impact fees arose from PA Act 13 of 2012. In

Disruption

One of the many challenges facing businesses today is disruption. Disruption comes in many forms. One that has hit the oil and gas sector is the current

Revenue Recognition: Challenges in Implementing the New Standard

I’m sure by now you have heard there is going to be a little change in how practically all companies, including E & P companies, recognize revenue.

HUD Issues

Having 20 years’ experience dealing with both governmental and not-for-profit agencies, I can honestly say that management letter comments (material

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5 Mistakes in a Contractor Audit

Annually, most companies have an audit completed by their CPA for banking, bonding and other users of their financial statements. For most CFOs and controllers,
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Theodore Pettko | 11.21.2016

5 Mistakes in a Contractor Audit, or The Dangerous Road of Last Year

Annually, most companies have an audit completed by their CPA for banking, bonding and other users of their financial statements. For most CFOs and controllers,

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