Keith Blankenship

Keith Blankenship
Keith has extensive experience in all areas of audit and attest functions, including employee benefit plans, as well as experience in corporate and individual income taxation. Keith is responsible for providing compilation, review, and audit services for numerous clients across a multitude of industries. In addition, he provides business valuation, accounting, taxation, and consulting services.
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Two Tax Credits Every Business Owner Should Know About

Is your business taking advantage of all of the tax credits available to you? There are tax credits available at both the federal and state level that are designed to reward employers who hire certain types of employees—for example, workers who, for reasons that are unrelated to their skill set or qualifications, have a hard time gaining employment. By hiring these workers, you are supporting the economy, and you can be rewarded for it!

Tax Recordkeeping - 4 Types of Records and How Long to Keep Them

One of the questions that we get most often from our clients is, "What documents do I need to keep in regards to my taxes, and for how long?"

Of course, every situation is different, and your CPA can help you determine what you should keep based on your specific needs. However, there are a few general guidelines you can follow:

4 Things Your Construction Financial Manager Should Be Doing

The Construction Financial Manager, or CFM, plays a vital role in the success of any construction company. In an industry where competition is high and margins are small, it's critical to monitor, report on, and make decisions around accurate financials.

Wondering if your CFM is contributing to your profitability? Here are 4 things a good CFM should be doing:

Contractors' Top 5 Questions About the New FASB Lease Standard

After several years of proposals and deliberations, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued its new accounting standard - a long-awaited regulatory update that will change the way that leases are reported on company balance sheets.

For contractors, operating leases - including real estate, vehicles, equipment, and other assets - are an integral part of everyday operations. In my recent article in Professional Contractor Magazine, I discussed the impacts of this new regulation on the construction industry. Below, I've answered the top 5 questions I've been asked by contractors about this new regulation.