Accounting for

Real Estate Investors & The Construction Industry

Real Estate Investors

Operating in the real estate industry holds special challenges regarding tax laws, market conditions, regulatory laws, and ever-changing technology. Competition is fierce and tax laws frequently change, which requires a quick response and planning for the future. Our professionals work with a diverse set of real estate investors including:

How We Serve The Real Estate Industry

Services we provide to the real estate industry include:

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

The construction industry is characterized by tight profit margins, available work, demands on cash reserves, labor availability, and unique billing and compliance requirements, all of which can substantially impact profits.

Olsen Thielen’s experienced professionals help construction contractors reach their maximum profit potential through comprehensive accounting services and innovative business advice. Whether you provide services to the commercial or residential sectors, our construction accounting specialists have extensive experience with all facets of the construction industry, including project management, tax compliance, job costing, revenue recognition, bonding, information technology, employee benefits, and business succession planning.

How We Serve The Construction Industry

Services we provide to the construction industry include:

Contact a Specialist

Olsen Thielen professionals combine industry knowledge with broad business expertise to help you minimize risk and advise you on corporate tax-saving strategies, business management improvements, and entity selection and implementation. In addition, our team is passionate about identifying opportunities that will drive your future success. To learn more, contact one of our industry specialists:

Articles & News

These days, most businesses have websites. But surprisingly, the IRS hasn’t issued formal guidance on deducting website costs. Fortunately, established rules that generally apply to the deductibility of business costs provide business taxpayers launching a website with some guidance as to the proper treatment of the costs.
Many businesses shut down due to the pandemic and the economy. However, tax obligations when going out of business need to be met. First, a business must file a final income tax return and other related forms for the year it closes its doors.
To help businesses and taxpayers impacted by the pandemic, the Minnesota Department of Revenue provided nexus relief from business income tax and sales and use tax specifically related to telecommuting due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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