Timely guidance, accurate advice on reporting requirements and common practices are essential items for any financial professional’s toolbox. We invite you to join your peers at the Summer 2017 AGC Financial Issues Committee, June 27-28, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. The two-day meeting is filled with interactive sessions, covering the latest industry issues and their financial implications.
The Summer 2017 FIC meeting will feature in-depth discussions with fellow contractors, FASB representatives, as well as AGC’s economist and legislative staff, and delve deep into the latest financial and accounting issues impacting the construction industry.
The Winter 2017 AGC FIC will offer professionals who work for (or service) construction companies the opportunity to learn about the most significant and current financial matters in the industry and share best practices with one another. The conference will provide opportunities for participants to learn both from experts and peers.
Owners, Chief Financial Officers, Controllers, Treasurers, Certified Public Accountants, Auditors, Consultants, Bankers, Sureties, and others interested in the construction industry will greatly benefit from this meeting.
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The 2017 FIC schedule will contain sessions where attendees can hear ways to help their companies manage cash flow, prepare for forthcoming industry trends and better strategize their business financial plans. Coupled with in-depth discussions on hot topic issues such as Revenue Recognition, Leases and the status of federal tax provisions and IRS regulations, attendees will gain new insight and helpful tips on a wide range of topics.
An important feature of every FIC meeting is the opportunity for attendees to explore and ask questions about the current debate and potential for tax changes at the federal level and then engaging Congressional members, as well as querying FASB staff on the status of accounting standard changes or supplementing industry specific examples.
A major benefit of the 2017 FIC meeting is the opportunity you will have to network with tax & accounting professionals in the construction industry. In addition to the reception and scheduled breaks, this conference provides time throughout the schedule to facilitate one-on-one discussions and opportunities to learn from one another.