Year-End Tax Planning for the Construction Industry

Start time:
December 13, 2023 10:00 AM PT
1 hour
Cole Mertz, Moss Adams, (310) 481-1361
Cost to attend:

As your construction organization prepares for year-end, it may benefit from implementing key tax planning strategies.

Join us for a comprehensive year-end tax update as we explore tax legislation updates, key implications for contractors, and tax planning tactics to help your business identify potential opportunities and areas of exposure.

Topics include:

  • Potential tax law changes and current state of affairs
  • Income deferral opportunities
  • Expense management
  • Strategic tax planning considerations
  • IRS hot topics


Michael Hurst, CPA, MBA, CCIFP, Partner, Moss Adams

Michael has practiced public accounting since 2011. He provides tax planning and compliance services to clients in the construction, real estate, and manufacturing industries. Prior to pursuing a career in accounting, Michael was a captain in the United States Army Rangers.

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CPE Information

Program Level:
Accounting: 1
Delivery Method:
Learning Objectives:

After completing this training, participants will be able to analyze key legislative and IRS updates that may affect tax planning; describe expense management strategies; and identify tax planning strategies to increase deferral opportunities.

Target Audience:

Construction company CFOs, CEOs, Controllers, and Directors of Finance

Refund Policy:

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