RSSM has been an active member in the construction industry for the past 50 years providing innovative tax, accounting, auditing, risk management and advisory services helping clients stay ahead of the “curve” to meet and achieve their goals.
Our experienced professionals understand how the industry operates and what makes it unique. This blend of seasoned knowledge and experience allows RSSM to provide advice that helps our clients stay competitive in an increasingly complex marketplace. RSSM has developed a thorough understanding of the highly competitive and demanding concerns of project management, state and local regulations, bonding and surety relationships, tax compliance, job cost estimation and percentage-of-completion accounting.
RSSM offers tax services that can be tailor-made for your individual companies. Using our knowledge of the industry, construction law and years of construction experience, we work hand-in-hand with our clients, often acting as their most trusted financial and tax advisor. We can help you take advantage of often-overlooked tax savings opportunities available, and minimize taxes without impacting the working capital required for bonding. We also provide timely and accurate audits, reviews and compilations and we are available to discuss your financial statements.
In addition to our basic accounting and tax services, we provide companies of all sizes with a broad range of services and address improved operational efficiency and bottom-line results: Job Cost Control, Bid Formulation and Estimating Controls, Bonding, Insurance and Licensing, Project and Sales Strategy, Financial and Strategic Planning, Multi-State Operating Issues, On-Time and Overrun Performance, Executive Searches, Business Continuation, Executive Compensation and Succession Planning, Payroll Reporting, Business Valuations and Litigation Services and Internal Control Evaluations.
Lastly, RSSM’s construction experts can assist in compliance issues due to contractors being subject to fiscal monitors and Federal Acquisition Regulations because of the number of jobs financed by Federal and municipal funds.