Best practices in accounting for construction joint ventures
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A joint venture is a great tool that can be used to go after bigger jobs or jobs outside your expertise. Setting one up can be complicated. This week, we're talking about how to set one up the right way using accounting best practices.

Topics we cover in this episode include:

  • The purpose of joint ventures
  • Formal vs. informal joint venture agreements
  • Deciding on the details of a joint venture agreement
  • Why you should treat the joint venture as a separate entity
  • Setting up your books for a joint venture
  • When things go wrong in joint ventures

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