Improving Contractors’ Bottom Line: Job Cost and Overhead, Old and New Rules
This NASBP Virtual Seminar will examine the accounting standards treatment for direct and indirect job costs that contractors face, including changes under the new revenue recognition rules. Surety professionals and contractors alike will have the opportunity to take a closer look at what should be seen on financial statements, and how paying careful attention to this can help contractors improve their bottom line!
Surety professionals like you, are in the business of helping to build strong businesses, this session will arm you with information that you need to foster the success of your clients, Be guaranteed to succeed!
This is also an exciting opportunity for surety professionals to host NASBP Virtual Seminars for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in the live or recorded seminar.
R.A. Bobbi Hayes, CPA/CITP/CFF, CVA, CFE, CCIFP, CEPA
Partner, Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC
R.A. Bobbi Hayes, CPA/CITP/CFF, CVA, CFE, CCIFP, CEPA is a partner at Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC, serving as partner-in-charge of consulting services and co-leader of their regional construction services niche. She works with a wide variety of contractors, subcontractors, and professional service firms in the heavy, highway, building, and specialty trade construction markets. Hayes has worked for many years with contractors in management and execution of all levels of attestation, tax, and consulting services and works with all businesses on exit and succession planning, valuation matters, and strategic planning.
Hayes also supports the construction industry with specialized services in strategic planning, budgeting and business financial planning, accounting cost system implementation, business process streamlining, construction cost training, forensic accounting and litigation support, business exit and succession planning, and business valuation services.
Hayes received a BBA, with a concentration in accounting, from the University of New Mexico, with distinction. She serves on the board of Associated Builders and Contractors of New Mexico and as Vice-Chair of the Associate Affiliate Council of the Associated Contractors of New Mexico (highway contractors). Hayes is also involved in the local chapter of the CFMA. She was honored as a “Woman to Watch” by the AICPA in 2005.