& Real Estate
Industry knowledge and close collaboration are instrumental in providing our construction and real estate clients with the insight and awareness to make the best business decisions and seize growth opportunities.
Minnesota Construction & Real Estate Accounting Experts.
Success in the construction industry requires the ability to
Construction and real estate industry accounting and taxes can be complex. It is essential to work with a CPA firm who has relevant industry experience and education.
Smith Schafer is a recognized leader in providing accounting, auditing and consulting services to the industry. Our Construction & Real Estate Group, comprised of numerous professionals, is committed to serving over 800 Minnesota construction and real estate entities. From large construction companies to specialty contractors, we have the experience to bring you innovative solutions.
specialized construction & real Estate industry SERVICES
Proactive Tax Planning
Audit & Review of Financial Statements
Multistate Tax Consulting
Risk Assessments & Internal Controls Review
Bookkeeping & Payroll
QuickBooks ProAdvisor Services
Mergers & Acquisitions
Buying & Selling Agreements
Budgeting & Cash Flow Analysis
Estate & Succession Planning
Projections & Financial Analysis
Cost Segregation Studies
401(k) & 403 (b) Plan Audits
Retirement Plan Consulting
Insurance Coverage Analysis
Smith Schafer professionals have serviced and made a strong
Tax laws change constantly and business owners do not always have the time to keep up with all the new regulations.
Contact us today to learn tax saving strategies that best fit your situation.
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Smith Schafer is proud of our clients. Our success is the direct result of our client’s success.
The main goal of ASC 606 was to create a similar revenue recognition policy and calculation across all industries. The construction industry, which has historically had its own guidance and industry practices, is no exception.
In recent years, governments have used tariffs as a form of protectionism. In 2018, the United States government began imposing tariffs on steel, aluminum and lumber from a number of countries.
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