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Office Closure: Beginning July 2, the Delap office will close for an interior remodel. The remodel project has been in the works for months and will include an updated reception area as well as new and improved conference rooms. The project is scheduled to last a few months, with the office anticipated to reopen sometime around the holidays. We will continue to assist our clients with their accounting and advisory needs during the remodel, and we appreciate your patience and understanding during this renovation process.
Understanding tax implications for your business can be tricky, especially when your company operates in multiple states. Fortunately, at Delap, we have an in-house State and Local Tax (SALT) specialty team who offer direction and insight for affected businesses. In an effort to provide maximum value to these companies with multi-state activities, our SALT team recently hosted a niche specific seminar for the real estate, home builder, and construction industries. Keep reading for a high-level recap of our recent seminar.
Don't get caught in the dark!
Contract language can influence the taxability of each construction project. It is important to clearly identify the following items within the contract:
Additionally, segregating a project into separate contracts for labor and materials may allow for favorable tax treatment.
Contract language, when not clearly defined and understood, can drastically change the profitability of a project. Proper identification of the above information in your contract language can also protect you against unexpected taxes.
Still curious to learn more? Reach out to our SALT team today to start a conversation.
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