In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Bennett Thrasher partner Jeff Call provides insight regarding how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has impacted the accounting industry. Call says, “We’re spending 85 percent of our time with clients exploring what they should be doing to take advantage of the new provisions that might be beneficial, or working around them to mitigate any negative aspects of the law.”
James Pickett, Director of Tax Controversy, will be giving an overview of recent IRS changes at several upcoming speaking events in both Atlanta and Macon.
In the everchanging world of marketing and advertising, social media and grassroots campaigns have rapidly taken over a larger share of the marketing and advertising budgets of companies both big and small. Learn how to approach taxes as a blogger in our article.
You checked your mail. Among the mail was an envelope with a return address that started with three words: Internal Revenue Service. Don’t panic. Receiving mail from the IRS is something millions of people experience every year
Bennett Thrasher and others have received reports of a new scam that involves fraudulent tax refunds being deposited by scammers into taxpayers’ bank accounts.
The Netherlands American Chamber of Commerce recently featured Ben Miller, Partner and leader of the firm’s Transfer Pricing practice, for their February Member Spotlight. Ben shared insight into Bennett Thrasher’s international practice and how the firm’s unique culture makes it different from competitors.
Georgia has just enacted major income tax changes in response to the federal Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017 (“TCJA”). Governor Nathan Deal signed the legislation into law on March 2, 2018.
In the annual survey conducted by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Bennett Thrasher was named as the seventh fastest-growing accounting firm in Atlanta by revenue and continues to be ranked as the eighth largest firm in Atlanta by number of professionals.
In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Bennett Thrasher was mentioned for welcoming James Pickett as the firm’s Director of its new Tax Controversy Practice.
In a recent article published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Bennett Thrasher partner Peter Stathopoulos, who leads the firm’s State and Local Tax practice, discusses the highly-sought after opportunity to land Amazon’s second headquarters, and how Georgia would be impacted if the company chooses metro Atlanta for HQ2.
In a recent article published in Retail Merchandiser, Bennett Thrasher partner Peter Stathopoulos discusses the bright-line physical presence test of sales tax nexus in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota and the Multistate Tax Commission’s (MTC) latest attempt to erode that U.S. Supreme Court decision with respect to taxing remote sellers.
In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Bennett Thrasher partner Peter Stathopoulos provides insight regarding how the success of Georgia’s Film Tax Credit inspired the state to create the Music Investment Act, which is designed to attract the music industry back to Georgia.