Construction Guide: Accounting and Knowledge-based Audits

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CCH, 2008 - Business & Economics - 998 pages
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Construction Guide provides CPAs with guidance on the accounting, auditing, and reporting that are particular to the construction industry. In addition, it provides CPAs with guidance on engagements for a wide range of situations, including those special to utility contractors, road builders, home construction, home builders, real estate developers, commercial construction, residential construction, and more. The book includes work programs, practice aids, checklists, and sample reports.
 

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This is a good read if you want to understand construction accounting. It also covers builders.

Contents

Background 1
1-4
Construction Industry Basics 1
1-5
Risk Management Techniques 1
1-10
Contract Agreements Standard Form of Agreement 1
1-22
Types of Contracts and Typical Advantages
1-30
Construction Management Contracts 1
1-36
Contractor Industry Profiles
1-43
Labor Statistics 1
1-61
Accounting and Auditing Issues 2 01
2-3
Accounting for Contractors Home Builders and Developers 3
3-1
Internal Controls 4
4-3
Financial Statement Presentation 5 QJ Chapter 6 Auditing A KnowledgeBased Approach
4-19
Financial Administration 7
7-1
Incentive Compensation Plans g QJ Chapter 9 Fraud g QJ Chapter 10 Insurance and Bonding g g Chapter 11 Surety Bonds 11 01
9-173
Joint Ventures FIN45 and FIN46R Issues
9-197
Accounting Resources on the Web WEB 01
9-285

Construction Contracts 1 21
1-68
Commercial Contractors 1
1-71
MidContract Change of Contractor
2-1
About the CDROM CD 01
9-329
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