“How Tax Reform May Impact the Construction Industry and How to Plan for Potential Changes”

By Keiter CPAs

“How Tax Reform May Impact the Construction Industry and How to Plan for Potential Changes”

Keiter team member featured in July/August 2017 issue of Construction Accounting & Taxation providing insights on what the recent tax reform may have in store for the construction industry and how to plan for these changes as they have reached the finalization stage.


How will these changes impact the construction industry?

Of the areas currently known to be under consideration, those that would have a significant impact on the construction industry include:

  • Potential reduction in tax rates;
  • Elimination of special interest items like the Section 199 deduction;
  • Immediate expensing of capital assets rather than depreciating them (House blueprint);
  • Limitations on deducting interest expense (House blueprint);
  • Changes to how NOLs are utilized (House blueprint); and
  • One-time deemed repatriation of earnings accumulated overseas under the old system.

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Keiter CPAs is a certified public accounting firm serving the audittax, accounting and consulting needs of businesses and their owners located in Richmond and across Virginia. We focus on serving emerging growth businesses and companies in the financial servicesconstructionreal estatemanufacturingretail & distribution industries and nonprofits. We also provide business valuations and forensic accounting servicesfamily office services, and inbound international services.

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