I am a director for an in-house A/E firm. By in-house, I mean that 99% of our work comes from our parent company (a regional land development and construction firm). We have had some difficulty in determining the best way to invoice our client who essentially is our owner. The owners want the A/E firm to be as autonomous as possible and they want me to develop a bonus/profit sharing program for our employees. Has anyone had any experience with this type of client/engineer relationship and can you reccomend a good accounting method?
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