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Accounting Firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram (CRI) Offers Creative Solutions for Construction Contractors to Keep Their Money in Their Pockets

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It's estimated that 20% of construction companies will fail in 2012. Learn how to survive and thrive in the current economy by attending one of CRI's year-end construction seminars for general contractors and subcontractors held throughout the South in November and December.

Enterprise, AL (PRWEB) November 02, 2012

Accounting Firm Carr, Riggs and Ingram (CRI) will host year-end construction seminars detailing accounting, tax, and general business strategies for enhancing profitability and preparing for upcoming changes and opportunities in 2013. With more than 500 construction clients including all types of contractors, the CRI team boasts more than 1,400 combined years of construction partner experience and is a leading provider of construction accounting and consulting services.

This year's seminar session topics include:

  •     Don't Be Trigger Happy: Targeting IRS Audit Traps. Contractors typically utilize contract labor, and the IRS has been focusing on identifying misclassified employees. What about reasonable compensation for S-corporations, or the impact of ever-changing repair regulations? And there are always tax law changes. We'll tell you how to dodge any bullets.
  •     Preparing for Takeoff: Key Healthcare Law Considerations Change is coming, so now is the time to prepare for takeoff. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, it's time to consider implementation steps. What are the key considerations for businesses and individuals, and how should you best prepare? This discussion might just help you minimize the impact to your bottom line.
  •     Positioning Your Construction Company for the New Economy. Doom? Gloom? Yes, these words still seem to describe the current economic conditions. It's estimated that 20% of construction companies will fail in 2012. From the mirage of buying work to leveraging technology, learn how do to best survive and thrive in today's challenges.

Dates and locations for the year-end construction seminars are as follows:

November 29th – Jackson, Mississippi
December 4th – Birmingham, Alabama
December 5th – Tallahassee, Florida
December 11th – Montgomery, Alabama
December 13th – New Orleans, Louisiana

Visit the events section of CRI's website for additional event details and to register online.

About Carr Riggs & Ingram, LLC
CRI is ranked as the 29th largest accounting firm nationally and 3rd regionally in the South. Today, CRI has more than 800 employees in 31 offices throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas and is recognized as one of the fastest growing firms in the United States. CRI is a leading provider of construction accounting and consulting services. CRI's construction accounting professionals hold specialty certifications including Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), Accredited in Business Valuations (ABV), Certified Construction Auditor (CCA), and Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP). For details regarding our service and industry specialties, please visit http://www.CRIcpa.com or our blog available from http://blog.CRIcpa.com.

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