Peter Stathopoulos recently provided insight to the tax incentives Georgia uses to attract the entertainment industry and how it impacts the state as a whole to Accounting Today.
On January 31, 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) Large Business and International Division (“LB&I”) announced the identification and selection of 13 campaigns that will be the focus of the agency’s enforcement efforts.
In a recent Accounting Today article, Michael Thrasher provides guidance for how accountants and tax professionals should prepare themselves and their clients for the busy tax season
Georgia is unique amongst the states with large entertainment incentive programs in that there is no audit required to claim and sell Georgia entertainment tax credits. Nonetheless, many production companies choose to have their qualified production expenditures voluntarily audited by a third party CPA firm or by the Georgia Department of Revenue (the “Department”) as a prerequisite to selling their entertainment tax credits.
Bennett Thrasher LLP is pleased to announce its membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) Major Firms Group.
In an article published recently in Manufacturing Business Technology, Betsi Barrett provides insight to how manufacturing companies can take advantage of the federal and state Research and Development (R&D) tax credits.
In a recent article published in the Marietta Daily Journal, Bennett Thrasher is mentioned for its partnership with Cristo Rey School’s corporate work study program.
In a recent article published in Facility Maintenance Decisions, Chris Luehmann and Holly Read of BT Technology Services provide insight to construction executives on how they can ensure they are using the best type of security to protect their sensitive and confidential information
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our fifth annual “Break Through” student conference this July! This conference focuses on the recruiting process and is geared towards students going into their senior year or those who have not previously been through the recruiting process
Passive Foreign Investment Companies – (PFICs)
A primer on what they are, how they are taxed and how to minimize the U.S. tax consequences of ownership.
In an effort to simplify accounting, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has eliminated Step 2 from the goodwill impairment test, according to a statement issued on January 26, 2017.
Despite sophisticated security measures, email scams continue to cause harm to unknown numbers of individuals and businesses. Recently individuals and businesses that use Intuit’s QuickBooks or TurboTax software have increasingly become the target of phishing scams.