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Refund for Restaurants? New Georgia Regulations Clarify Sales Tax Rules

The Georgia Department of Revenue has issued a new regulation that clarifies the sales and use tax rules for restaurants…

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You May Have More Time to Comply with the New Revenue Recognition Standards

The FASB and IASB have identified areas requiring additional research and discussion As it stands today, the new revenue recognition…

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Key Impacts of Recent Changes to Revenue Recognition Standards

What you need to know as a software company In June of 2014, the Financial Accounting Standards Board, together with…

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The IRS Audit Risk Profile of Section 409A is Changing

Is your company prepared? By Mitchell Kopelman, partner-in-charge of Tax If your company has issued or is planning to issue…

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You Can’t Just Move to Florida

Georgia Taxation of Stock Options and Deferred Income (Nonqualified Options) By Mitchell Kopelman, partner-in-charge of Tax, and Jess Johannesen, SALT…

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Exceptional Investor Tax Benefits Available

By Mitchell Kopelman, partner, and Ori Epstein, partner Owners of qualified small business stock may be eligible for a 100…

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ACA Tax Credits for Non-Profits

Non-profits are eligible for tax credits that put cash into their coffers. A free study is available for your organization….

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Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Responsibilities

At a glance The main takeaway: To avoid risk and comply with ERISA standards, plan sponsors should stay abreast of…

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Section 83(b) Election: Standardization Realized

What is it? What’s new? And how do you make it work for you? By Mitchell Kopelman, partner-in-charge of Tax,…

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Reminder – Incentive Stock Option Reporting Required on 2011 Taxes

By Mitchell Kopelman, partner-in-charge of Tax, and Jeff Weinkle, tax manager Beginning last year, any corporation that transfers shares due…

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Why Does Every Employee Want Stock Options?

By Mitchell Kopelman, partner-in-charge of Tax Why does every employee want stock options? Why do companies want to give out…

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Know Transfer Pricing to Avoid IRS Difficulty

By Mitchell Kopelman, partner-in-charge of Tax, and Yelena Epova, partner-in-charge of International Services If your company plans to expand operations…

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