Bennett Thrasher is excited to announce it has been named as one of the 2016 Best Accounting Firms to Work For by Accounting Today. This is now the fourth consecutive year Bennett Thrasher has been on the list.
Cybersecurity related incidents are on the rise and every individual or company, regardless of size, is at risk. According to the AICPA and Juniper Research, costs related to these incidents are expected to increase to more than $2 trillion by 2019.
Jeffrey Eischeid has been recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as a member of their annual list of Who’s Who in Law and Accounting, an annual list of the 100 most prominent individuals in the legal and accounting professions in Georgia.
In an article published by GRA’s online blog, Stephen Bradshaw and Michael Kee offer guidance to buyers, brokers and sellers of restaurants regarding the state tax issues they need to be aware of.
In a recent article published by Bloomberg BNA, Peter Stathopoulos discusses the wave of tax tribunals as states step forward with new independent forums, including Georgia’s tax tribunal, which was enacted in 2012.
Bennett Thrasher’s Restaurant Practice recently hosted the 3rd Southeastern Restaurant Industry Finance & Accounting Roundtable. The half-day event was held at the Cobb Energy Centre with a premiere line up of speakers.
Each year, our community is becoming more and more diverse. Bennett Thrasher’s Better Together brand and cultural foundation calls us to broaden our understanding of the community we live in for the benefit of our associates, our clients and fellow community members.
“Bailey Maxwell is an HR Generalist and Campus Recruiter at Bennett Thrasher. She has 6 years in the recruiting field and is entering her 5th fall accounting recruiting season. Her biggest passion by far is helping students prepare for the transition between student and professional, while enabling them with the tools they need to have confidence as they go through the recruiting process. Below is a letter she has written to students to help them prepare for the next few months of recruiting season.”
The Federal Research and Development (“R&D”) Tax Credit has been significantly enhanced during the past year, offering taxpayers additional benefits and improved clarity for one of the most attractive tax incentives offered in the federal tax system.