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    W-2 Scam Lures Businesses into Releasing Employee Information

    September 25, 2017

    The IRS has issued a dire warning to businesses and nonprofits—don’t respond to e-mail requests for employee information without confirming the source—even if the request comes from within your own company. Here’s why. In the latest scams, an HR staffer... Read More

    Georgia Tax Authority Explains Sales Tax Rules for Commercial Products

    August 25, 2017

    The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) has issued several important rulings on the application of sale and use taxes to various commercial products, including online software, home construction features, and extended warranties. Businesses that offer these products and services should... Read More

    IRS Launches Country-by-Country Reporting Tool

    August 25, 2017

    Countries across the globe banded together a few years ago to put in place a mechanism for tracking the income of multinational companies in each country in which they operate. The effort came under the umbrella of the very bureaucratic... Read More

    Partnership Audit Rules Shift Focus to the Entity

    July 25, 2017

    Two years ago, Congress enacted the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, which made significant changes to the way partnerships are audited. The Act requires that tax be assessed and collected at the partnership level instead of the partner level. The... Read More

    Research Credit Can Offset Payroll Liability

    June 30, 2017

    Beginning with their 2016 returns, small business startup companies can choose to apply all or part of their research credit against their social security payroll tax liability. Before 2016, the research credit could only be taken against income tax liability.... Read More

    Estate Planning Technique – Trusts (Part 2)

    May 18, 2017

    In the first part of our Estate Planning Series we discussed common mistakes that clients make when planning their estate. In this post, we will look into one of the best techniques to help you meet your estate planning goals, Trusts.... Read More

    Common Estate Planning Mistakes (Part 1)

    May 18, 2017

    Frazier & Deeter was recently recognized in an edition of “Estate Planning Experts” by Shane Smith, Esq. where the Head of the Tax Department, Terri Lawson, was asked to share her views on common mistakes she sees clients making when... Read More

    Making the Jump to CEO

    November 14, 2016

    Earlier this month, Frazier & Deeter CPA and the law firm of Morris, Manning and Martin offered a panel event featuring three highly accomplished women CEOs from diverse backgrounds. Panelists Dr. Amy Baxter, Founder and CEO of MMJ Labs, Mary... Read More

    Selecting the Right Employee Benefit Plan Auditor

    July 30, 2013

    Generally, benefit plans with 100 or more participants  are required to have an audit performed annually in conjunction with the filing of their Form 5500. If you are undertaking an employee benefit plan audit, there are several questions you should... Read More

    Georgia Film Tax Credits: An Easy Tax Saving Opportunity

    May 22, 2013

    Do you want to pay less on your Georgia income taxes? Have you been interested in being a part of the growing Georgia film industry?  Read more about the benefits of the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act. Are you ready... Read More

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