The issues related to proper worker classification impact many businesses, including contractors. The rules are often unclear and their application is based on each employer’s specific facts and circumstances. An Internal Revenue Service or California Employment Development Department audit resulting in the reclassification of workers can have a significant bottom line impact. As a result, it is important to correctly determine if your workers are employees or independent contractors. (more…)
When surety underwriters review your financial statements, they are looking for evidence of sound financial condition. Every underwriter has its own standards and expectations, but here are five key performance indicators (KPIs) many bonding companies look at closely: (more…)
By Abe Livchitz, Senior Tax Manager
ASL Construction Group
Most contractors are very careful to keep a close eye on project costs such as labor and materials. But direct job costs like these are only part of the picture.
It is equally important to have a clear understanding of indirect costs such as rent, utilities, taxes and insurance. These costs must be accurately and consistently allocated among the various projects the company undertakes. (more…)
By Carol Wagner, Principal
With its purpose to provide health care for all individuals, the Affordable Care Act is an interesting blend of health insurance benefits, payroll considerations, and tax implications – the perfect storm for businesses. Companies can turn to professional service advisors to help weather this storm, including payroll service providers, health insurance brokers, and their tax professionals.