Controlling Construction Costs

Construction and capital improvement projects can be complex financial expenditures for an organization, and present significant risks to the organization’s goals and objectives. Generally, organizations do not have construction cost experts on staff when they embark [...]

December 17th, 2015|Construction, Healthcare|

Rising Healthcare Costs…What Can I Do?

Most companies want to provide their employees with the best medical benefit coverage; however, healthcare costs and the cost of medical insurance continue to increase. One way to help reduce your costs is a dependent [...]

Department of Labor Communication with Plan Administrators

In November, the Department of Labor (DOL) began sending emails to plan sponsors alerting them of the importance of obtaining a quality audit from a qualified and experienced CPA firm. The timing of the DOL [...]

Dean Dorton Merges with Barr Anderson & Roberts, PSC

Dean Dorton Allen Ford, PLLC (Dean Dorton) has expanded its presence in Kentucky by merging in Barr Anderson & Roberts, PSC (BAR), a long-standing CPA and advisory firm located in Lexington, KY. The merger will be [...]

Toolbox Talk: A Panel’s Perspective on Fraud Risk

Are you in tune with the fraud risks of your business? On October 23, Dean Dorton’s Nick Lynch and Simon Keemer, along with Timothy Beam, Supervisory Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), [...]

November 2nd, 2015|Construction, Forensic Accounting|

Learn from our Experts at the CFMA Construction Conference

We are excited to announce that some of our construction industry experts, Simon Keemer and Nick Lynch, will play integral roles in this year’s Construction Financial Management Association’s (CFMA) Ohio Valley Construction Conference at the [...]

October 6th, 2015|Construction|

Construction Industry Continues to Improve

According to a recent report by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, Louisville has seen a 15% increase in new construction jobs from December 2013 to December 2014.  The report by AGC ranked Louisville [...]

March 16th, 2015|Construction|

Legislative Update: March 2, 2015

Frankfort was extremely busy last week as the Kentucky General Assembly moved at a fast pace after weather difficulties the previous week.  To date there have been 209 bills sponsored by the Senate and 548 [...]

March 2nd, 2015|Construction|

Legislative Update: February 9, 2015

Members of the Kentucky General Assembly reconvened last week after a brief recess in January.  To date there have been 134 bills sponsored by the Senate and 352 bills sponsored by the House.  Many of [...]

February 9th, 2015|Construction, Uncategorized|