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Construction Guide 2007: Accounting and Auditing

Wallace, Eric P.

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ISBN 10: 0808090917 / ISBN 13: 9780808090915
Published by Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.: Cch Inc, 2007
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Title: Construction Guide 2007: Accounting and ...

Publisher: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.: Cch Inc

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:New

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Construction Guide provides CPAs with guidance on the tax considerations that are particular to the construction industry. In addition, it provides CPAs with guidance on engagements for a wide range of situations, including those special to utility contractors, road builders, home construction, commercial construction, residential construction, land developers, real estate developers, and more. The book includes work programs, practice aids, checklists, and sample reports. A free companion CD-ROM includes work papers, practice aids, checklists, and sample reports found in the book is included with the volume. - Overview of Tax Rules and Methods - Contractor Costing Rules - Interest Capitalization Rules - Cash Method - Accrual Methods - Completed Contract Method - Percentage-of-Completion Method - Changing Accounting Methods - Look-Back Method - Alternative Minimum Tax - Home Builders and Developers - Accumulated Earnings Tax and Reasonable Compensation - Income Attributable to Domestic Production Activities - Mid-Contract Change of Contractor: Tax Issues

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Eric P. Wallace, CPA, is a partner in a large regional public accounting firm, Carbis Walker & Associates, LLP. He has served on the firm's management board and also serves as the firm's construction industry coordinator, where he provides specialized, professional services to many contractors and construction related industries. Mr. Wallace has been an expert witness in construction related court cases in various venues such as bankruptcy, district, and local courts in Colorado, Ohio, and Pennsylvania concerning various tax and accounting issues. He has represented numerous contractor clients before the IRS, U.S. Department of Labor, and various state revenue departments of income, employment, and sales tax. Mr. Wallace has also testified before Congress, the House of Representatives, the Small Business Committee, and the House Ways and Means Committee in efforts to change certain tax issues to benefit small contractors. He has been an author, coauthor or contributor to several tax and accounting publications and courses for CPAs, including the AICPA's "Construction Contractors Industry Developments" and its construction contractors CPE course. Mr. Wallace was a featured panelists on the nationally televised "Accountant's Television Network" program for construction contractors. He is a past Chairman of the PICPA Accounting and Auditing Committee. He has been awarded an AICPA Discussion Leader of the Year Award and an Outstanding Discussion Leader of the Year Award from the state of New Hampshire. He is a member of the AICPA, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Builders and Contractors, the Construction Financial Management Association, the Contractors Association of Western Pennsylvania, and the Masters Builders Association. Mr. Wallace attained his B.S. in Public Accounting from Mesa State College in Colorado.

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