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Construction Accounting & Real Estate Accounting Services Built To Last

The construction and real estate industries have been a primary focus of Thompson Greenspon since our founding in 1956. We know these industries inside and out and can offer you personalized service that will save your company valuable time.


Real estate developers, general contractors, home builders, subcontractors, real estate rental companies, and other construction and real estate professionals partner with us for long-term relationships. Our technical expertise gives you peace of mind and lets you focus on your expertise—running your business.

Construction Accounting Services And Real Estate Accounting Services Include:

When you’re busy running a business, it’s challenging to carve out time for taxes. Count on our tax expertise to help you keep up with, and take advantage of, ever-changing tax regulations.

We offer a wide range of assurance services, audits, and business assistance for construction and real estate entities.

Our advisory services include expert guidance whether you are starting a business, sharpening your strategic plan, or planning for succession.

We handle accounting and bookkeeping services for construction and real estate companies, allowing you to focus on the day-to-day operations that are most important to your business.

Auditing and advising clients on 401(k), 403(b), profit-sharing plans, and ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plans), as well as tax planning and assist with compliance with ERISA, Department of Labor and IRS regulations.

Industry Insights

2024 Construction Compensation Report

PAS, Inc., the source for construction industry salary and benefit benchmark data, CICPAC, and Thompson Greenspon have developed a packet of the most comprehensive pay data available in the construction industry.

Mid-Year Contractor Tax Planning Checklist 2023

The continued impacts of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and CARES Act of 2021, continues to drive an active tax policy environment. This constant change requires continued analysis and proactive planning for CPAs and their contractor clients.

The CICPAC Tax Thought Leadership Committee has compiled a brief summary of various tax planning issues potentially impacting our construction clients for consideration. In the interest of timing, this document only provides a brief overview and reminder of areas for further consideration during planning in 2023 and beyond.

Economic Newsletter for the Construction Industry - 2023 Year-End

CICPAC, in collaboration with economist Dr. Chris Kuehl and Armada CI, has launched a quarterly economic report that specifically targets the construction sector.

This report offers a comprehensive analysis of various factors that affect the construction industry on a macro level, including regional construction spending, raw materials, supply chain, banking and financing matters, and the overall construction industry outlook.

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Implementing ASC 842 Leases: Focus Areas For Contractors

This whitepaper is offered to provide further insight to some key areas that you should be aware of when implementing the FASB ASU 2016-02, Leases (ASC 842) standard.

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