As a forensic accountant, I deal with fraud on a regular basis. I have investigated many different types of frauds including financial statement fraud, misappropriation of assets, and public corruption, and I am always amazed at what people think they will get away with and the lengths they will go to do it.
This Saturday, April 5th the Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter is hosting “Grammy Future Now,” an event where music industry leaders will share their insights and innovations. Bennett Thrasher is a proud sponsor of “Taking Care of Business,” a talk designed around the multitude of business issues faced by the music industry, in which BT Partner Chris Benner is a panelist.
Taylor Consulting Group and Bennett Thrasher LLP announce the signing of a Letter of Intent to join forces. Taylor Consulting Group has a 25 year history of providing high quality financial advisory services to clients across the Southeast, primarily focused in the valuation, dispute resolution, and transactional advisory areas.
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Working on a film project but struggling with your budget? Interested in learning more about alternative film finance? Then attend the Alternative Film Finance seminar and learn how to get your project financed and distributed.
Businesses can suffer serious “interruption” when an out of the ordinary event makes it impossible to function normally. For example, the recent snow storms put many businesses on hold, causing significant losses. In an article published by Crescent Business Report, “Is your business covered?” Chris Frederick and Kyle Aldridge explain how business interruption insurance can protect lost earnings that result from this type of event.
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.
As the effects of the Great Recession subside, eyes are turning towards an industry that after four years of hardship is beginning to reemerge: the commercial construction industry. In “Turning the Corner,” Georgia Trend Magazine sought the insight of Bennett Thrasher Partner Scott Hazy. Hazy, who has over 30 years of experience in analyzing data on commercial building construction projections, is “cautiously optimistic about the sector’s future growth.”
The New Year is fast under way, which means tax laws have changed. For the 2013 tax year, a number of legislative items have expired, while others were extended from the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. It is important to keep the following information in mind while reviewing your 2013 tax returns and planning for 2014.
Bennett Thrasher is inviting clients and prospects to explore its new website, www.btcpa.net. The redesigned website captures Bennett Thrasher’s ongoing efforts and commitment to serve the growing needs of its clients by enhancing the quality and availability of accounting and financial planning information for business professionals.
Most Georgia residents have noticed that our state has become a major destination for the film and entertainment industry over the last several years. This is due in no small part to legislation enacted in 2005 allowing a Georgia film tax credit for companies with qualified production expenditures in film, television, music, video animation and game development.
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our “Break Through” student conference again this summer! The conference last year was an excellent opportunity to get to know students before recruiting season began, and a lot of fun. We received feedback from the students that attended telling us how informative and useful the information we gave them was during recruiting season.