In an article published by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Jeff Call provides insight on what businesses and individuals need to know regarding year-end charitable giving and tax deductions.
The AICPA recently published a tax guide that helps to inform taxpayers of legislative changes that could affect their 2016 tax returns. The guide discusses the changes affecting higher-income taxpayers, gift tax requirements and the Affordable Care Act’s potential impact on small businesses, individuals and families
In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Jonathan Swartz provides guidance as to what tax professionals should be on the lookout for as 2017 approaches.
In a recent article published in Oz Magazine, Peter Stathopoulos provided insight for the current waves of film production in Georgia and the state’s role in the movie industry moving forward.
Employee retention has long been a challenge for businesses of all shapes and sizes. One of the biggest hurdles in keeping employees occurs when an employee has a child.
Restaurant Hospitality recently published an article highlighting Stephen Bradshaw and Michael Kee’s guidance on how taxes affect a restaurant if someone is buying or selling.
Chad Graves, a Partner in Bennett Thrasher’s Technology Services department, and Jeff Crawford, Cyber Security Manager, recently presented a webinar on Cyber Threats.
Bennett Thrasher is pleased to announce the release of our 2016-2017 Tax Guide. The guide is intended to familiarize readers with recent key tax law changes and highlight certain tax savings opportunities.
Bennett Thrasher was recently recognized for its progressive approach to communication among employees in an article published by Accounting Today.
This newsletter is designed to quickly update you on the major state and local tax developments that you need to be aware of.
While taxpayers cannot afford to ignore state and local taxes, we recognize the time constraints our clients are under.
The recent election of Donald J. Trump as the next US president, combined with renewed Republican control of both the House and Senate, has created the possibility for the broadest tax reform the country has seen in decades
This week is International Fraud Awareness Week. If you’ve ever taken an accounting or finance class chances are you’ve probably heard of Crazy Eddie. Crazy Eddie is a fraud case study that has been taught to aspiring accountants for decades