Jeff Call Discusses Tax Season in Accounting Today

In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Bennett Thrasher partner Jeff Call provides insight regarding how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has impacted the accounting industry. Call says, “We’re spending 85 percent of our time with clients exploring what they should be doing to take advantage of the new provisions that might be beneficial, or working around them to mitigate any negative aspects of the law.”

Seven Common Tax Questions Facing Bloggers

In the everchanging world of marketing and advertising, social media and grassroots campaigns have rapidly taken over a larger share of the marketing and advertising budgets of companies both big and small. Learn how to approach taxes as a blogger in our article.

5 Common Bookkeeping Pitfalls — and How to Avoid Them

Although most entrepreneurs recognize the importance of careful financial management, few want to spend their time dealing with numbers. Unfortunately, not keeping a close eye on your income and expenses can be very costly for your business.

Tom Jollay Discusses Atlanta Construction Outlook in the AJC

In a recent article published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Bennett Thrasher partner Tom Jollay, co-leader of the firm’s construction industry segment, discusses the second annual Georgia Construction Outlook Survey, which the firm conducted in conjunction with Kennesaw State University.

Handling IRS Notices and Letters

You checked your mail. Among the mail was an envelope with a return address that started with three words: Internal Revenue Service. Don’t panic. Receiving mail from the IRS is something millions of people experience every year

Lemonade, Drones & Cyber Business Interruption

I am sure this headline has you thinking, what do a nice summer drink, a low humming sound and an insurance policy have in common?  Absolutely nothing, but in this article, we’ll see how all three are changing the age-old insurance industry on a daily basis. 

Fraudulent Tax Refund Scam

Bennett Thrasher and others have received reports of a new scam that involves fraudulent tax refunds being deposited by scammers into taxpayers’ bank accounts.

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