As a part of Bennett Thrasher’s continuing commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, on December 7th, over 130 associates gathered for a Day of Understanding. The day focused on exploring implicit biases and conversations of understanding regarding personalities and organizational and cultural differences
In an article recently published in Healthcare Risk Management, Bennett Thrasher partner Chris Frederick discusses important factors healthcare organizations should pay attention to when dealing with cybercoverage and commercial insurance policies.
Bennett Thrasher is pleased to present the results from the 2019 National Manufacturing Outlook and Insights Survey. Participants from across the U.S. provided insight in the survey, in conjunction with the Leading Edge Alliance (LEA) and other LEA firms.
The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) announced Monday, January 7, 2019, that the IRS will pay tax refunds during the shutdown. This is a change from the previous policy announcement.
In last summer’s landmark decision of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. (“Wayfair”), the US Supreme Court upheld South Dakota’s economic nexus law, which requires companies to collect sales tax when their sales or number of transactions with that state exceed certain thresholds.
As you may have heard, the Federal Government partially shut down on December 22, 2018 due to a budget impasse between the current administration and Congress. This shutdown includes the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
In an article published recently in Construction Executive and its CE Weekly newsletter, James Pickett explains what taxpayers should do when dealing with various IRS notices. Pickett emphasizes that taxpayers and their representatives should carefully reach each piece of mail that the IRS sends and to never ignore correspondence.