Allocating Overhead to Construction Projects

Lorman

Gain an understanding of overhead allocation and its role in assuring projects are profitable. This topic will include a clear definition of what costs are actually overhead to be applied to jobs. The information will define the specific costs that are direct vs. those that are indirect as part of the overhead total costs to be allocated. Then we will look into the various methods to allocate overhead with a few key case studies on how the method you choose will impact each jobs profitability, and the practical applications you can use in your daily roles and apply to your business.
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All rental activities are treated as passive, regardless of the individual owner’s extent of participation. As a result, rental losses can only be used to offset other sources of passive income. If the owner doesn’t have any passive income or enough of it to fully offset the losses, then the excess losses are carried forward to future years. However there is an exception to the rule:  “real estate professionals”. Those are the individuals who earn their living in real estate.

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Spotlight

All rental activities are treated as passive, regardless of the individual owner’s extent of participation. As a result, rental losses can only be used to offset other sources of passive income. If the owner doesn’t have any passive income or enough of it to fully offset the losses, then the excess losses are carried forward to future years. However there is an exception to the rule:  “real estate professionals”. Those are the individuals who earn their living in real estate.

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