Alana Mueller, Senior Manager at Bennett Thrasher, was featured in a recent article in Captive Insurance Times, an international publication reporting news for the captive insurance industry.
In real estate transactions, legal fees can become a substantial cost during the deal. In the past, because the IRS position on the treatment of such fees were unclear, one might have argued that such fees were deductible as a business expense and that a client was therefore paying with “after-tax” dollars.
Georgia created the Qualified Investor Tax Credit, more commonly known as the “Angel Investor Tax Credit,” to encourage direct investment from individuals into early-stage, start-up companies.
Bennett Thrasher partner, Peter G. Stathopoulos, is featured in the March/April issue of Oz Magazine, an Atlanta based business-to-business magazine focused on the film, television, print and new media industries.
Late last night, Georgia took yet another step toward becoming one of the most business-friendly states in the nation with the passage of HB 552.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has decided to exempt small- and medium-sized businesses (i.e. international groups that report total revenues of less than ?750 million) from the country-by-country (CbC) transfer pricing reporting requirement recommended in September of 2014 in its “Guidance on Transfer Pricing Documentation and Country-by-Country Reporting.”
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Bennett Thrasher has once again been ranked as one of Atlanta’s Top 25 Accounting Firms, by number of professionals.
If you decide to donate property to charity, it’s critical that you comply with tax rules for substantiating the value of your gift. If you don’t, the IRS may deny your entire charitable deduction, even if your valuation is spot-on.
Whether you operate a small family business or a large corporation, litigation is an arduous undertaking. The time, effort and cost associated with litigating a matter are significant, to say the least.
Cary Rodin, Partner Emeritus at Bennett Thrasher, recently authored an article, “Taking a Small or Mid-Size Company Global with Minimal Tax Risk,” published in the Journal of International Taxation.
Both federal and state income tax credits exist for zero emission plug-in electric cars. Amounts, details, and qualifications for federal and state credit programs differ, so it is important to understand the differences and how to obtain and maximize the credits.