In an article published recently in Accounting Today, Jeff Call provides insight on the relationship between tax reform and business entity, he reflects on the long-term effect that entity choice may have on succession planning
In an article published recently in Insurance Journal, Chris Frederick provides insight to how the recent snow storms in the Northeast caused many businesses a loss of revenue they were not anticipating, and how businesses can better prepare themselves in the event of weather implications
Bennett Thrasher LLP, one of the top 100, full-service public accounting and consulting firms in the country, has named Vijay Vaswani as Managing Director of its Transaction Advisory Services practice.
In a recent article published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Bennett Thrasher is mentioned for preleasing a new office building at Riverwood, following the recent trend of office space moving toward the northern part of Atlanta
In a recent article published in the Georgia Restaurant Association, Stephen Bradshaw provides insight to the tax credits Georgia restaurants and restaurant owners need to be aware of.
In a recent article published in Industry Today, Zack Leder and Ben Bowers provide insight to businesses who are preparing to file their 2016 income tax returns and highlight the changes to various requirements and tax breaks that may apply to businesses’ upcoming filings.
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.