Small Business-Practice Development - NAIL A CONSTRUCTION NICHE - Because the building industry encompasses projects that range in size from small (storefronts and kitchens) to huge (bridges and refineries), a CPA serving contractor clients will work with businesses that vary in complexity. This article gives practitioners considering this market segment information about the construction culture ...
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