In light of COVID-19 and to prioritize the well being and safety of our attendees and community, we are making changes to HORNE Construction Forum 2020. For the first time, we will not host an in-person event. Instead, we are creating a new online experience that will take place over the course of five weeks.
HORNE Construction Forum 2020 will bring attendees together no matter where they are physically with connection, energy, and insights. Think interactivity built into sessions with speakers, unique Q&A opportunities and so much more.
It’s a whole new world of possibilities, and we are excited to help you find opportunity in the new normal.
Register now to get access to all sessions. Can’t make it? Register anyway and get the recording delivered to your inbox!
We can’t wait to welcome you online soon!
November 4 at Noon CT
When you’re busy juggling projects, it’s hard to picture one day walking away from your business. But sooner or later, all businesses transition — through acquisition, retirement, or inheritance.
In this session, we will discuss:
• Exit, Wealth, and Estate Planning
• Business Valuation Considerations
• Buying and Selling in a Time of Uncertainty
• Where Do We Go from Here?
With planning today, you can ensure a brighter future for everyone involved.
November 11 at Noon CT
Join us for the Wrapping Up the Year Workshop, an informational session featuring HORNE Construction team members discussing topics to ensure your company is compliant.
Learn tips and insights to navigate 1099 guidelines and best practices for payroll and accounting software.
November 18 at Noon CT
There is still some uncertainty when it comes to 2020 taxes and how new programs created in the wake of COVID-19 will affect them. While lawmakers consider updates, the best thing to do is to stay organized and keep good records.
In this session, we will share tips and strategies so you’re able to take full advantage of deductions and incentives allowed in the future.
December 2 at Noon CT
We have a President. Now what? HORNE Partner and Washington-Insider Scott Keller and HORNE Construction Partner in Charge Joel Bobo will discuss how business planning, budgeting and forecasting for the next fiscal year be impacted and answer your questions in a live Q&A.