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    1. Windham Brannon Sees Increase In Strategic Growth Advisory Services And Restaurant & Franchise Segments - Windham Brannon

      Windham Brannon Sees Increase In Strategic Growth Advisory Services And Restaurant & Franchise Segments - Windham Brannon

      ATLANTA – October 13, 2015 – As the fiscal year draws to a close, Windham Brannon, a leading provider of tax, audit, accounting and advisory services, has experienced record revenue growth in several important segments, including Restaurant & Franchise and Strategic Growth Advisory Services.

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    2. The Top Five Accounting Errors Construction Companies Make

      The Top Five Accounting Errors Construction Companies Make

      Every construction company owner and financial executive has dealt with a financial statement. Financial statements are either an ongoing tool used to manage a business or as a required deliverable for a lender or bonding company related to borrowing requirements or securing coverage on jobs. It is critical for the individual responsible for the financial statement’s final review to know what errors might be lurking behind the numbers.

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    3. The Top Five Accounting Errors Construction Companies Make

      The Top Five Accounting Errors Construction Companies Make

      Every construction company owner and financial executive has dealt with a financial statement. Financial statements are either an ongoing tool used to manage a business or as a required deliverable for a lender or bonding company related to borrowing requirements or securing coverage on jobs. It is critical for the individual responsible for the financial statement’s final review to know what errors might be lurking behind the numbers.

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    4. What You Should Know: New Tax Filing Requirements Due to Obamacare

      What You Should Know: New Tax Filing Requirements Due to Obamacare

      Whether we like to admit it or not, we are a society of procrastinators. We know there are many who have not filed their tax returns yet─and many who are still struggling to make sense of the new tax filing requirements due to Obamacare. With that being said, here’s a quick guide to help you understand and navigate this area of your tax filings.

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    5. Georgia Tax Reform Bill Introduced

      Georgia Tax Reform Bill Introduced

      On February 23, 2015, State Representative John Carson of Marietta introduced a comprehensive tax overhaul plan as House Bill 455 (HB 455). The bill has the initial backing of the General Assembly’s leadership and contains many of the recommendations of the 2010 Special Council for Tax Reform and Fairness for Georgians. HB 455 shifts state revenues in a meaningful way from income to sales taxes with significant rate and base changes. The bill also provides for a flat rate income tax structure, repeals many income tax credits and sales tax exemptions, increases the tobacco tax, and implements a comprehensive ...

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    6. The Evolving Role of the CFO…Why You Could Have the Wrong ‘Pilot’ Flying the Plane

      The Evolving Role of the CFO…Why You Could Have the Wrong ‘Pilot’ Flying the Plane

      Much has been written in recent months about the evolving role of the CFO.  What type of CFOs make for the best hires? Where do I find these folks, and why is that so many hires are mediocre at best?  We all know that the CFO owns the financial (and often the operating) responsibilities of a given company.  What is unclear are the variations of the position and how the role changes within dynamic macro environments.  For those of us who follow the capital markets, we all know that the current funding environment is well lubricated with record inflows of ...

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    7. Small Businesses Receive Form 3115 Relief under Tangible Property Regulations

      Small Businesses Receive Form 3115 Relief under Tangible Property Regulations

      With the release of Revenue Procedure 2015-20 on Friday, February 13, the IRS has made it easier for small businesses to comply with the complex tangible property (repair) regulations. The new Revenue Procedure follows voluminous requests by small businesses and the professional tax community for relief from the burdens and costs of delving into past transactions and filing additional forms imposed by the tangible property regulations.

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