March 28, 2019

Construction Dive interviewed Assurance Partner James Miller about best cash flow practices for construction contractors.

Construction Dive

By Kim Slowey

Featured James Miller, Partner, Assurance Services

James Miller


Subcontractors are particularly susceptible to cash flow problems because, unlike many general contractors, they typically bear the burden of the project’s labor and material costs. If the owner slows down payment, both general contractors and subcontractors have to wait for their checks, but big payrolls and their related taxes, benefits and other expenses must be paid no matter what, said James Miller, partner and member of Marcum LLP’s national construction industry group.

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James W. Miller

James W. Miller


  • Assurance
  • New Haven, CT