On Wednesday, April 26th, the White House released an initial statement on President Trump’s goals for tax reform in the coming year.
In a recent article published in Accounting Today, Jonathan Swartz discusses how to determine a successful tax season, where he specifically focuses on how to carefully track a firm’s returns during the tax season.
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 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.
In a recent article published in Hypepotamus, Stephen Bradshaw provides guidance to three Georgia tax credits that can benefit technology startups, saving their founders and any investors money.
It is that time of year again for taxpayers to begin organizing their financial and tax information to collaborate with their tax advisers in light of the approaching tax filing season. Taxpayers should be aware of the new due dates to ensure information is provided timely so that their tax returns are filed on time or appropriate extension requests granted.
Acuity’s Master Class Series aims to explore financial and other influential industry topics. They recently sat down with Betsi Barrett, Credits and Incentives Partner at Bennett Thrasher, to further understand the Research and Development Tax Credit (R&D Tax Credit).
Employee retention has long been a challenge for businesses of all shapes and sizes. One of the biggest hurdles in keeping employees occurs when an employee has a child.
Bennett Thrasher is pleased to announce the release of our 2016-2017 Tax Guide. The guide is intended to familiarize readers with recent key tax law changes and highlight certain tax savings opportunities.
This newsletter is designed to quickly update you on the major state and local tax developments that you need to be aware of.
While taxpayers cannot afford to ignore state and local taxes, we recognize the time constraints our clients are under.
The recent election of Donald J. Trump as the next US president, combined with renewed Republican control of both the House and Senate, has created the possibility for the broadest tax reform the country has seen in decades
In a recent article published by Bloomberg BNA, Peter Stathopoulos discusses the wave of tax tribunals as states step forward with new independent forums, including Georgia’s tax tribunal, which was enacted in 2012.