The New Tax Credits | How Contractors Can Build a Sound Foundation
Indiana Subcontractors Association Webinar
Tuesday, May 4th, 2021
How do the new tax credits work, and how can they help you build a foundation for the future? How do they stack up against other tax credits? And, what’s the best strategy for your construction business? Join ISA and Barnes Dennig for the answers to these questions and more in an exclusive online event.
View the on-demand event above for an in-depth look as Barnes Dennig tax thought leaders unpack the Employee Retention Credit and COVID-19 paid-leave tax credits – as well as other tax saving ideas most relevant to contractors.
They answer questions and provide real-world insights to help you boost your bottom-line business results. Have questions about the presentation? Contact us, and we’ll see how we can help you.
About the Speakers:
Andrew J. Bertke, CPA/PFS, MBA, CFF – Andrew “Andy” J. Bertke has more than 30 years of experience in public accounting. He has an in-depth knowledge of federal, state and local tax matters that allow him to resolve tax matters involving income, sales & use, and property tax conflicts.
Andy leads the tax consulting practice at the firm, and his team of professionals and dedicated resources ensures that clients are maximizing every opportunity that the tax code allows. He is a member of the AICPA’s tax section and keeps an eye on the ever changing federal, state and local tax laws.
Jennifer A.Wesselman, CPA – Jennifer has over 20 years of comprehensive tax experience, including Opportunity Zones, real estate, construction, and investment funds. She specializes in tax compliance, planning, and consulting for businesses and individuals.
Jennifer’s construction experience includes both general contractors and subcontractors in the commercial and homebuilding industries. In addition to partnerships, she also has experience with S and C corporations as well as the individual owners of the businesses. Specifically, her contractor experience includes consulting on accounting methods, planning for net operating losses, and shareholder tax planning.