Planning for Profit in Government Contracting • How your pricing can affect your overall profitability • Think Carefully about Impact to your future • Be realistic about G & A • Other factors you may not have considered that can affect your taxes/profit For many providing goods and services to the government, they are unsure or unaware as to price so that they not only “pay the bills,” but how can they be in the government game and make money for future company growth. Many think they should always show a “loss” for tax purposes, but is that really wise? Should your company buy that piece of equipment at year’s end so you use up your excess cash? How do you develop a winning contracting strategy and retain profitability? While finance is not the most entertaining topic, learning how to manage your company’s financial growth could result in your company having successful growth or simply treading water. Speaker: Dorothy Tucker, CPA Warren Averett Ms. Tucker has been practicing in the public accounting profession in the Tampa Bay area since 1995. Her industry experience includes government and defense contractors, transportation, logistics, wholesale distribution, construction, development, retail and manufacturing. She has provided audit and accounting services to public and privately held local, national and international companies. Ms Tucker holds the AICPA and IFRS certificates. This Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency.
Speaker(s): Dorothy Tucker, CPA Warren Averett. Facilitator: Karen Krymski, Florida Procurement Technical Assistance Center, University of South Florida
Co-Sponsor(s): ServisFirst, Gulfcoast Underwriters, & Bass Berry Sims
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Fee: $ 15.00
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