Topic: construction

1031 Exchanges – Will sound tax policy save them from extinction?

In this blog, CFOs2GO lead partner of Real Estate and Construction Practice, Bill Klein, shares his experience and discusses the new Administration’s decision to do away with Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and the consequences that could follow. Read More

The Issue – March 2017

In this issue, Bob Weis discusses the importance of skill-sets traditionally associated with sales that should be present in a CFO if s/he is to be an effective communicator of a company’s financial information. This is particularly true in times of change such as growth or contraction. He cites a number of case studies from his experience and other respected sources (including the Harvard Business Review) and offers some insightful quotes from business leaders to build the case for looking beyond the numbers. He builds the case for seeking outside expertise on a part-time basis to assist the current CFO when unique or temporary circumstances are encountered such as mergers, acquisitions, foreign expansion, turnarounds, and rapid growth that strain capabilities. Read More

The Issue – November 2016

In this issue one of our partners, Jack Doty, discuss the role of the Consulting CFO and the challenges a business encounters where an experienced CFO can add considerable value and insight. He expresses how properly faced, crisis and growth challenges are the very opportunities that cause companies to grow and prosper…”. He has included some case history from his work to illustrate key points. Read More

The Issue – October 2016

“Contractors and Developers Beware”
In this issue, CFOs2GO Partner and leader of our Real Estate Development and Construction practice previews the Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). Read More

Why You Should Not Use Excel for Financial Reporting

In this blog, CFOs2GO lead partner of Real Estate and Construction Practice, Bill Klein, shares his experience as Consulting CFO for a Construction Company and discusses why, in his point-of-view, Excel should not be used for financial reporting and the errors that result from not using good accounting systems. Read More