Trey Hardy, Tax Supervising Senior

After joining our firm, Trey has aligned himself to be an asset to not only our firm, but our tax department as well. Trey specializes his knowledge and efforts within our Construction Group, along with working with manufacturing, distribution, and real estate industries . Some of his current responsibilities include organizing and coordinating clients’ tax data for the accurate, timely completion of individual tax returns and simple-to moderately-complex corporate, partnership, S-corp, and trust tax returns. He also prepares and reviews individual, corporate, and partnership income tax returns, as well as state income and franchise tax returns. Trey’s additional duties include being a member of the tax training committee and the further training and supervision of our lower tax staff.

Recent Posts

How to Mitigate Disaster with Interruption Insurance

Posted by Trey Hardy, Tax Supervising Senior on Oct 23, 2018

No part of the country is immune from disaster. Whether your construction company operates near water or in a desert, in the city or the suburbs, a natural calamity could stop you in your tracks and even put you out of business. For this reason, it’s a good idea for every contractor to at least consider business interruption insurance.

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Topics: Construction, insurance

Lock down financial assets with the right controls

Posted by Trey Hardy, Tax Supervising Senior on Jul 25, 2018

You’ve got a fence around the job site. Your heavy equipment is turned off and the keys stored securely. Your materials are tied down and, where possible, kept out of sight. But what about your financial assets? Are you protecting those as carefully as your physical assets?

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Topics: Tax, accounting, consulting, Construction

Sec. 199 deduction looking better for contractors

Posted by Trey Hardy, Tax Supervising Senior on Aug 2, 2017

For many years, contractors have been advised to look into the Section 199 tax deduction for “domestic production activities.” Although the deduction focuses on manufacturing, it’s also available for “construction of real property performed in the United States” by companies “engaged in the active conduct of a construction trade or business.”

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Topics: Accounting Tips, Tax, Construction, Real Estate

The Importance of Proactive Tax Planning

Posted by Trey Hardy, Tax Supervising Senior on May 5, 2015

Thinking about the current year’s taxes when you’ve just finished paying the bill for the previous year can be stressful, but the benefits of planning ahead can be extremely worthwhile.

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Topics: Accounting Tips, Tax