Kitchen Renovator Accounting

Our Kitchen Renovation Accountants Could Save You $100K to $1M in Taxes

That’s how we’re helping the American builder build the American dream.

As your Kitchen Renovator Accountants, we could potentially minimize your tax burden by $100k – and often millions – and help grow your profits.


Why Most Accountants Under-Serve Kitchen Renovator Companies

Most accountants are “generalists”. They work with anyone: $125 personal returns, professionals, manufacturers, etc.

They are “jacks of all trades and masters of none.”


We Are Your Home Builder & Kitchen Renovation Accountants

We exclusively work with home builders and kitchen renovator companies. We know the building industry better than most.

When you speak with us, we can quickly share with you whether:

nbcpa-x Your current accountant is dropping the ball and leaving $100K to $1M on the table.
nbcpa-y In the rare cases, we discover your accountant is doing an outstanding job.

We’re Proud HBA Members

National Association of Home builders
Shore Builders
Building Industry Association of Philadelphia
Home Builders of Delaware Association
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New Jersey Builders Association

4th Generation Home Builders & Accountants

My grandfather was an Accountant and my other grandfather was in the insulation manufacturing industry. Doing great accounting work is in my blood.

Since 1989, my father (Kevin Niedoba), a CPA of 30+ years founded our family home builder and kitchen renovator accounting firm. A few years back, I decided to split my time as a custom home builder and join him because I’m passionate about both accounting and construction. I hope one day my son, William, will also join the business (if he wants to, he’s only 2 years old).

We’ll treat your business like it’s our own, by taking advantage of every possible legal tax minimization and profitable growth opportunity we can, all the while minimizing risks.

On behalf of my family and our amazing team at NB Advisors, I look forward to working with you to grow your home building and construction business.


Ryan Niedoba | NB Advisors
Managing Partner

Kevin Niedoba, CPA | NB Advisors
Managing Partner


Trusted by American Home Builders and Kitchen Renovation Companies

Ernie DeNofa
CEO of Molly Construction (Philadelphia, PA)
“NB Advisors has been perpetually innovative since we started working with them over six years ago. They have devised multiple strategies that have assisted in generating millions of dollars in savings and benefits for our business.”
Bruce Paparone
Founder & CEO of Bruce Paparone Communities (NJ)
Bruce Paparone
"NB Advisors has been a great partner in taking a proactive look at our accounting. They present us with new ideas to help us grow and protect what we have worked so hard to build."
James Bennett
Developer & Investor in Sea Isle City, New Jersey
James Bennett
“I never realized how much better my accountant should have been doing for me all these years until now. You have continually worked tirelessly to make sure that my businesses are protected and making money.”

How We’re Going to Build Your Profitability


Tax Minimization

We’ll look at all aspects of your business to identify tax minimization opportunities.

We’ll extensively review the tax laws, deductions, and deferrals to identify missed and underutilized home builder opportunities to minimize your tax bill by $100k to $1M.

Profitability Benchmarking

Profitability Benchmarking

As Certified NAHB Instructors for Cost Accounting, we’ll evaluate your profitability and compare it to the rest of the home building or construction industry.

We’ll advise you on innovative strategies to increase your profits.

Game Plan

We have the exclusive North American license to “Game Plan” software.

With this tool, we’ll quickly analyze 100s of financial data points to determine the maximum amount capital you can allocate to maximize your revenue growth while minimizing risk.


Awesome 8

Annually, we’ll a perform a firm-wide “Awesome 8” review on your business, on how to:

    1. Minimize taxes paid
    2. Increase growth, profitability, cash flow, and asset protection
    3. Plan financial retirement, succession, and legacy/estate

Our focus is on making your home building business better, faster, and stronger.

We Are Renovation Accountants Who Strive for World Class Service

Call/Email Response Within 24 Hrs

Call/Email Response Within 24 Hrs

Schedule of Service Delivery

Schedule of Service Delivery

Upfront Fixed Fee

Upfront Fixed Fee

Kitchen Renovator Experts

Kitchen Renovator Experts

Multiple Points of Firm Contact

Multiple Points of Firm Contact

Proactive CPAs

Proactive CPAs

Constantly Innovating!

Constantly Innovating!

Our Claimed Awards



Best Online Interactive Tool Award



Readers’ Choice Award



Sales and Marketing Excellence Award


Thomson Reuters:

The Rookie of the Year Award

Photo Credit:
Thomson Reuters. Ryan Niedoba (middle) and Kevin Niedoba (right).

Photo Credit: Thomson Reuters. Ryan Niedoba (middle) and Kevin Niedoba (right).

Our Claimed Awards



Best Online Interactive Tool Award



Readers’ Choice Award



Sales and Marketing Excellence Award


Thomson Reuters:

The Rookie of the Year Award

Switching Accountants Is Easier Than You Think

Switching accountants only seems like a major pain in the butt…
But in reality, it’s a brief communication with your current accountant:

“It’s time for a new direction. Please send my books over to Kevin & Ryan at NB advisors. Thank you for your service.”

Your accountant is professionally mandated to provide your books to whomever you request they go to. It’s really that easy.

Book Your Free Consultation

If you’re looking to save on your taxes and grow your business, then we’re your trusted Kitchen Renovation Accountants.


The Only CPA Firm with a Pricing Guarantee

Our pricing guarantee is simple: If we don’t quote you upfront for the work, we don’t expect you to pay. Whether that’s in our first engagement with you, or it’s in 20 years from now.
You’ll never receive an unpleasant surprise in our invoicing.

Schedule your one-on-one call with one of our Partner-Level Accountants today.

We proudly serve American home builders out of the following locations

Construction Accountants New Jersey
20 E. Taunton Rd. Suite 100
Berlin, New Jersey
1(856) 263-2626

Construction Accountants Philadelphia
100 N 18th St. Suite 300,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1(215) 201-4646

Construction Accountants Tampa
100 S. Ashley Drive, Suite 600,
Tampa, Florida
1(407) 809-7474

Construction Accountants Orlando
9100 Conroy Windermere Rd.
Windermere, Florida
1(407) 809-7474

Case Study: How One Home-Builder Saved $1M in Taxes

Last updated October 2019
By Ryan Niadoba, President at NB Advisors


I first met Jim Lupinetti of One Creation Construction on his job site, while he was in the midst of framing a 2,600 square foot cape cod in an idyllic New Jersey neighborhood across from the park. Guys were running around, lumber was laying everywhere.

Jim had several homes actively being built and dozens more on the horizon. He proceeded to tell us how his business was doubling in size every year. How his team was handling the growth, but how he couldn’t stand that his accountant would never return his phone calls, especially with pending tax returns.

See, Jim’s accountant used to be good. He would call back immediately. Jim always knew when his work was getting done, he understood what the accountant did and why he did it.

Unfortunately, Jim’s accountant became more focused on his own retirement than on helping Jim. Despite being very loyal, Jim had grown frustrated and the time to make a change was now.

Sound familiar?

What Good Accountants Do…

So we asked Jim.

Our CPA firm’s policy is to return all customer phone calls/emails within 24 hours, with no exceptions. Is that something that would put your mind at ease?


And every single project we do for a customer has a known completion date, in advance, approved by you, the client. Would you like that?


Also, we price all of our services upfront so you know exactly what our bill will be and can make a decision on if you want us to proceed with the work. Does that sound fair?


So are you interested in making the transition to our plumbing accounting firm?

“I am.”

At this point, we requested the prior two years of tax returns and access to his books, so that we could evaluate what exactly needed to be done for us to help One Creation Construction.

$1M in Tax-Savings PLUS $1.2M in Profits


Once we dove into Jim’s records, we unearthed a mountain of opportunity! Specifically:

  1. We felt that we could substantially reduce his tax liability (assuming no growth) by nearly $250k over a decade. If he continued to grow at half of his current rate, we would be able to save in excess of $1M.
  2. We identified a significant opportunity for risk reduction. Certain corporate structures are considered “high-risk” to be audited by the IRS. By restructuring his company, we were able to reduce his audit risk by 90%.
  3. As specialists in the home building space, we identified areas for increased profitability that would increase his income by nearly $70,000 in year one and would result in an additional $1.2 million in profits over the course of a decade.

But you’ll be surprised by Jim’s response…

Accountants Miss This All The Time!


As we met with Jim and reviewed these opportunities, we could see he was growing a bit upset.


We took the opportunity to ask him why.

To which he replied: “I just do not understand how my accountant could have missed all of these things for so long. I am so happy I met you guys, but so pissed that I never knew all this!”

We explained to Jim that this is something we see all the time because:

  1. Most accounting firms are “generalists”. They work with anyone in any type of business. They will work with lawyers, doctors, manufacturing, restaurants, websites, etc. They are “jacks of all trades and masters of none”. We are a 4th generation plumbing accounting firm and exclusively work with home builders or plumbing companies. We know the building industry better than most. Plus, we never get stretched thin by having to “keep up” with IRS tax law for other industries (professional services, manufacturing, etc).
  2. Many accounting firms feel their job is to “do your taxes”. It is a lazy business model. They never look for ways for you to improve. One of our core values as a business is to always seek ways for our customers to improve.
  3. For the accounting firms that do find ways to improve. They often do a poor job of explaining why changes should be made and what the benefits are. As builders ourselves, we know what is important to you and can explain in plain English why to do it.
  4. Many accountants never propose new ideas because they are afraid that you will not want to pay for these changes. As I mentioned to Jim in the field, all these changes will be priced upfront and it is “ok” for Jim to say “no”. We will never make that decision on his behalf.

In our first year of working together, we were able to save Jim over $100k in taxes. We have restructured his business to reduce the likelihood that he would be audited.


How’d we do it?

Without going into all the eye-glazing details, here’s a high-level overview what we did for Jim:

  1. Corporate Structure. We reviewed the actual corporate structure that Jim’s business was set up with. There are many different kinds (sole proprietorships, corporations, s corporations, partnerships, UBO, etc) and they all have different tax treatments. Depending on the business, some are better suited than others. We elected to change his structure for significant tax and risk management benefits.
  2. Tax Minimization. We evaluated what tax laws, deductions, and deferrals could be utilized to minimize his tax bill. The US tax code is the second most complex in the world (#1 is Brazil). We have an extensive review process to identify missed and underutilized tax minimization opportunities.
  3. Benchmarking Profitability. As certified NAHB trainers we evaluate the profitability of all our customers and compare how they are doing to the rest of the home-building or construction industry. We commonly see new home builders with gross profitability of 10%-15% when they should be closer to 25% to 28%. There are many factors that can lead to this: lack of knowledge, confusing mark-up and margin, not tracking project costs, etc. We were able to determine that Jim (while very profitable) had room for improvement and have been advising him on strategies to increase profits.

We are now focused on helping him grow and look forward to seeing the results happen.

P.S. Is Now The Time For You To Switch to a Plumbing Accounting Firm?

You could stick with your current accountant, and potentially give $1Ms more to the IRS and lose even more in profits.

Book a free consultation now because fairly quickly, in plain English, I tell you whether:

  1. Your current accountant is dropping the ball by leaving $100K to $10M on the table for the IRS, your company structure is a high-risk for an audit, and you’re missing opportunities for profits. Or….
  2. In the rare cases, we discover your accountant is doing an awesome job with your taxes, company structure, and growth strategy.

If you’d rather not, I understand, I appreciate you reading this far!

About The Author


Ryan Niedoba, is President of NB Advisors. He proudly comes from a 4th generation American family of home-builders and accountants. For over 30 years, his CPA Firm has helped home-builders and construction companies in the Philadelphia, NJ, and Delaware areas to reduce their tax burden and their growth profits to successful exits and successions. Book a free consult with Ryan now.

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We Serve Kitchen Renovator Companies in Cities Across the USA as Construction Accountants: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Antonio, Dallas, Detroit, San Jose, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, San Francisco, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Baltimore, Charlotte, Fort Worth, Boston, Milwaukee, El Paso, Washington, Nashville-Davidson, Seattle, Denver, Las Vegas, Portland, Oklahoma City, Tucson, Albuquerque, Atlanta, Long Beach, Kansas City, Fresno, New Orleans, Cleveland, Sacramento, Mesa, Virginia Beach, Omaha, Colorado Springs, Oakland, Miami, Tulsa, Minneapolis, Honolulu, Arlington, Wichita, St Louis, Raleigh, Santa Ana, Cincinnati, Anaheim, Tampa, Toledo, Pittsburgh, Aurora, Bakersfield, Riverside, Stockton, Corpus Christi, Lexington-Fayette, Buffalo, St Paul, Anchorage, Newark, Plano, Fort Wayne, St Petersburg, Glendale, Lincoln, Norfolk, Jersey City, Greensboro, Chandler, Birmingham, Henderson, Scottsdale, North Hempstead, Madison, Hialeah, Baton Rouge, Chesapeake, Orlando, Lubbock, Garland, Akron, Rochester, Chula Vista, Reno, Laredo, Durham, Modesto, Huntington, Montgomery, Boise, Arlington, San Bernardino

“NB Advisors has been a great partner in taking a proactive look at our accounting. They present us with new ideas to help us grow and protect what we have worked so hard to build.”

Bruce Paparone
Founder & CEO of Bruce Paparone Communities



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Kitchen Renovator Accounting Resources

American Institute of CPAs

220 Leigh Farm Road
Durham, NC

(919) 402-4500

National Association of Home Builders

1201 15th Street NW
Washington, DC

(800) 368-5242

National Kitchen and Bath Association

1 W Broad St. Suite 300
Bethlehem, PA

(800) 843-6522

National Association of the Remodeling Industry

700 Astor Ln
Wheeling, IL

(847) 298-9200

Construction Financial Management Association

100 Village Blvd., Suite 200
Princeton, NJ

(609) 452-8000

Institute of Management Accountants

10 Paragon Drive, Suite 1
NJ 07645

(800) 638-4427

National Association of State Boards of Accountancy

150 Fourth Ave. North Suite 700
Nashville, TN

(615) 880-4200

National Association of Construction Auditors

7305 Hancock Village Drive Suite 519
Chesterfield, VA

(804) 457-8960

International Federation of Accountants

529 5th Avenue
New York, NY

(212) 286-9344

What is the American Institute of CPAs?


The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) is the national professional organization for Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) in the United States. Founded in 1887, it sets ethical standards, auditing standards, and provides guidance for the profession. The AICPA also develops and grades the Uniform CPA Examination, a critical step in the CPA licensure process. It offers professional development, advocacy, and various resources to support CPAs in their careers. Additionally, the AICPA represents the profession’s interests before governmental bodies, promoting sound policy and maintaining the integrity and credibility of financial reporting and auditing standards.


What is the Institute of Management Accountants?

The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) is a global association for accountants and financial professionals in business, established in 1919. It focuses on advancing the management accounting profession through certification, education, and research. The IMA offers the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) credential, recognizing expertise in financial management and strategic planning. It provides members with professional development resources, networking opportunities, and advocacy for ethical business practices. The IMA promotes best practices in management accounting and serves as a platform for knowledge exchange, aiming to enhance the skills and careers of its members globally.

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More About Kitchen Renovator Accounting

A kitchen renovation accountant specializes in managing the financial operations of businesses that focus on kitchen renovations. To excel in this role, accountants must have expertise in job costing and project-based accounting, which are essential for tracking the expenses and revenues associated with each renovation project. They must meticulously allocate costs to specific projects, ensuring accurate financial records and profitability assessments. Proficiency in managing contracts, supplier agreements, and warranties is crucial, as these elements are integral to the kitchen renovation business model. Additionally, understanding inventory management for materials and appliances is vital for maintaining cost control and efficiency.

Beyond technical accounting skills, kitchen renovation accountants must be adept at financial planning and analysis tailored to the renovation industry. This includes cash flow management, budgeting, and financial forecasting to ensure projects are completed within budget and on schedule. Knowledge of relevant tax regulations, including sales tax, labor laws, and deductions applicable to renovation projects, is essential for compliance and tax optimization. Effective communication skills are also important, as accountants need to collaborate with contractors, suppliers, and clients to provide clear financial insights and guidance. By combining these skills, kitchen renovation accountants can help their clients achieve financial success and operational efficiency, ensuring seamless project execution and satisfied customers.

NB Advisors, LLC works with small businesses to minimize their tax burden and grow their profits. Offering tax planning and accounting services on the east coast, we work proactively for you. Our clients love our quick response time, fixed fees, and our innovative solutions.

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