Bennett Thrasher Foundation Announces New Members for Fiscal Year 2015

The Bennett Thrasher Foundation is pleased to announce the acceptance of the following new board members: Christi Borgquist, Courtney Edwards, Jessica Holloway, Jane Klingmeyer, Bailey Maxwell, Alana Mueller, Chase Quinn, Shannon Thompson and Ceci Venker. These associates will serve for a two-year term from July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2016.

Tax Credit Incentives are luring the Entertainment Industry out of Hollywood

Governments use different types of incentives to foster economic growth, build infrastructure and create jobs. Specifically, incentives are used to attract or support particular industries. To foster the growth of the film, television and production industry, the U.S. federal government and most state governments offer incentives to motion picture and television productions.

Sandy Springs Patch Highlights Partner Emerita Lyn Reagan

On June 6, the Sandy Springs Patch featured Bennett Thrasher’s Lyn Reagan, partner emerita, in the article, “Sandy Springs Woman Dominates Field at REV3 Triathlon.” The article highlighted Reagan’s victory in the Olympic distance Triathlon in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she won first place in her age group on May 18.

Interested in joining the excitement?

Thanks to financial growth, Bennett Thrasher has hired close to 50 associates over the past year to fill various needs at different levels across the firm.That brings our firm total to approximately 180 people.

Bennett Thrasher Wins First Place for New Firm Website Design

Bennett Thrasher LLP is pleased to announce that the Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM) selected the firm as its first place winner in the Website category for “Firms With $25 Million or More in Revenue” at the association’s 20th annual Marketing Achievement Awards. The award was announced on May 23, 2014 in Austin, Texas at the 25th annual AAM Summit. Expert category judges, including professionals in marketing, advertising, communications and professional services, reviewed and judged 104 entries.

Expansion and Permanence of the Research Tax Credit Possible?

The Federal Research and Development (R&D) tax credit expired on December 31, 2013 for the ninth time since it was first enacted in 1981. This credit is aimed at encouraging companies to invest in new technologies and innovation within the United States.

Transfer Pricing Health Check

Does your company need a Transfer Pricing health check? Do you have a thorough understanding of your company’s transfer pricing risk? Understanding and quantifying your risk is a critical step in responsibly managing it.

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