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BT Webinar Provides Tips to Election-Proof Your Estate Plan

By Events, High Net Worth Individuals, Individual Tax, Trusts & Estate Planning

With all eyes on the November election, many are wondering what impact the upcoming presidential and congressional races might have on estate planning. To provide answers, Bennett Thrasher’s Estates & Trusts practice partnered with BT Wealth Management and Djuric Spratt to present, “Estate Planning in an Election Year.”

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Fighting IRS Penalties: Mitigating the Delinquency and Failure-to-Pay Penalties

By Insights, Tax Controversy

Each year, the Internal Revenue Service assesses millions of tax penalties against individuals and businesses. If you have received an IRS penalty notice, you are not alone. In 2019, the IRS sent over 40 million penalty notices and assessed over 40 billion dollars in penalties. More than 60 percent of these penalty notices involved just two offenses: delinquency (failure-to-file) and failure-to-pay.

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Important Takeaways for Single Audits Under the CARES Act

By Audit, Financial Statement Audit, Financial Statement Review, Insights

There is no disputing that the intent of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Securities (CARES) Act of 2020 is to provide immediate and tangible economic relief to American workers, families and small businesses. What has been less clear since its passage in March 2020 is how the acceptance of funds available through various CARES Act programs could impact single audit requirements.

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