Bennett Thrasher is pleased to announce the release of our 2015-2016 Tax Guide. The guide is intended to familiarize readers with recent key tax law changes and highlight certain tax savings opportunities.
On July 31, 2015, President Obama signed the “Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015.”
Bennett Thrasher partner, Jeff Call, was featured on May 28, 2015 in Accounting Today discussing the recently concluded tax season.
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Bennett Thrasher partner, Peter G. Stathopoulos, is featured in the March/April issue of Oz Magazine, an Atlanta based business-to-business magazine focused on the film, television, print and new media industries.
An article highlighting the IRS’s new restaurant repair regulations was recently published in Hospitality Business News. The new repair regulations apply to restaurant owners’ tangible property, and provide comprehensive guidance on what assets should be expensed or capitalized.
Peter Stathopoulos, lead partner in Bennett Thrasher’s State and Local Tax practice, was interviewed for the Atlanta Business Chronicle article “Businesses Taking Advantage of Incentives” about Georgia’s credit and incentive opportunities.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle turned to Rick Rosell, Tax Partner at Bennett Thrasher, for expert commentary in its article, “Test Run: Delayed Implementation of Health-Care Mandates Allows Businesses to Plan.”
On May 16, 2014, the Georgia Department of Revenue (“DOR”) released Notice SUT 2014-002 which serves as notice that the DOR plans to adopt a new set of sales and use tax regulations pertaining to restaurants and similar establishments. The DOR has accepted comments on the proposed regulations but it is still to be determined when and in what form the regulations may be adopted.
As April 15th quickly approaches, you may be advised by your Bennett Thrasher Tax Professional to file an “extension.” In short, an extension is a form filed to request 6 additional months to file your tax return, making your due date October 15th.
In Part I and Part II of this series we introduced different aspects of tax outsourcing, including specific advantages to the co-sourcing model. In Part III we will discuss potential disadvantages to comprehensive outsourcing, and how they may be avoided.
In Part I of this series we introduced different aspects of tax outsourcing. Part II will be a more in depth discussion of specific advantages to the comprehensive outsourcing, or co-sourcing, model.