The Atlanta Business Chronicle recently posted an article written by Kelly Smith, Senior Manager in Bennett Thrasher’s real estate and industry practice. She goes into detail about the positive tax implications of being located in a CID, tax increment financing and other tax incentives.
The last time we reported on the attempts to have the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare repealed, it was July 2015, and the Supreme Court had just ruled on the King v. Burwell case, effectively upholding the legitimacy of the insurance subsidies within the Act as a funding mechanism.
The Financial Accounting Standard Board issued a Proposed Accounting Standards Update on May 12, 2016 that would simplify goodwill impairment testing by removing Step 2 of the testing process.
You may have heard the term IoT (Internet of Things), if not, you have more than likely experienced it. The Internet of Things involves increased machine-to-machine communication, it is built on cloud computing and networks of data-gathering sensors, it is mobile, virtual and instantaneous connection
The state of Georgia fared very well in Moviemaker.com’s recent rankings of the top cities to live and work as a moviemaker in 2016. The website released two lists based on the size of a city’s population (above or below 400,000), and Georgia cities claimed the top spot in both.
Business Interruption insurance coverage is evolving. In wake of disasters disrupting supply chains, Contingent Business Income remains elevated while Business Interruption makes jumps in specialty lines. Business Interruption (BI) claims are no longer limited to risks such as fire, wind or machinery breakdown.
Patrick Braley, Partner and Service Line Leader for Bennett Thrasher’s Disputes, Valuation and Forensic practice, co-presented a recent webinar on Understanding and Preventing Corporate Fraud.