Increasing the Return on Investment of Your Construction Project: Ten Questions to Ask Yourself to Help Manage State and Local Tax Issues

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October 13, 2015
by Linda Feirn, CPA

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Successful construction and remodeling projects involve a significant investment of time and effort to ensure the project goes smoothly. Project champions have responsibilities for design, contractor selection, cost control, financing, and so on. There is no doubt that these and other activities are critical to the long-term success of the project, but have your project champions considered state and local taxes? This month, we share some questions that should be on your project management checklist as you contemplate and begin a significant construction project.

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