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Webinar series: Hot topics for construction leaders

Nov. 5 - 16, 2020
Watch our three-part webinar series covering important and relevant issues in the construction industry on-demand.

Construction worker in a hard hat viewing blueprints and planning documents.This year, it’s more important than ever for business leaders to stay on top of all the industry hot topics that may impact their business moving into 2021. During this three-part webinar series, our Plante Moran experts will walk your construction business through audit and accounting updates, tax planning, and cybersecurity and IT concerns.


Accounting update for contractors

What accounting matters are impacting your organization right now? Join this session to hear from our experts on PPP loan forgiveness, preparing for your next audit, the value of your disclosures, and more.

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Manage risk: Cybersecurity and analytics for construction

In our new virtual world, are you prepared to stay ahead of both the competition and hackers? Join our cybersecurity and IT session to hear how you can prepare your business to thrive in a digital environment. Our experts will discuss how you can update your technology structure, secure your data, and more.

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Year-end tax update for construction leaders

From a sweeping   pandemic to a presidential election on the horizon, tax planning can seem overwhelming. Our experts are here to help you understand what’s really important. In this session, we’ll break down what 2021 could hold for your organization, from tax planning opportunities to PPP loan forgiveness.

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For more information regarding program cancellation policies, please visit our webinar website or contact our offices at 248-352-2500.

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