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  • In recent years, the popularity of partnership filings have increased as this entity type has grown. Partnerships provide a number of key benefits to business owners,  including flexibility as well as operational, legal, and tax benefits.  The IRS however, has found it both costly and burdensome to audit partnerships, and

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  • Cyber attacks on universities and colleges have been on the rise over the past few years. As a result, the Department of Education (DoE) has released guidance that will regulate data security practices in the education industry under the Gramm-Leach-Billey Act (GLBA). The DoE will require universities and colleges to

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  • A Department of Labor (DOL) Audit can be a costly and time consuming endeavor. In addition to monetary penalties, those subjected to an audit can spend a significant amount of time gathering information in response the DOL’s inquiries. By 2016, the DOL’s monetary recoveries exceeded $700 million. What Triggers a

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  • Fundraising is at the core of most nonprofit organizations’ success. Yet, finding the individuals and companies that believe in your mission enough to support you financially is only the start. Keeping them involved with your organization as active donors, involving the board in raising funds, utilizing the funds in a

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  • Minnesota expanded its definition of a “retailer maintaining a place of business” in Minnesota to include online marketplace providers (e.g., Amazon). Out of state businesses that use a marketplace providers’ fulfillment center within Minnesota may have established a physical presence in Minnesota. The 2017 Minnesota Legislature passed a law imposing

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  • The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes a significant new tax deduction taking effect in 2018.  This deduction should provide a substantial tax benefit to individuals with “qualified business income” from a partnership, S corporation, LLC, or sole proprietorship.  This type of income is commonly referred to

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  • While 2017 may have been a great year overall for technology, it felt like we were hearing about a new breach or hack every day. As a result, it became alarming at how vulnerable our personal information and the information of our clients is and will continue to be. Below

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  • The 2.3% medical device excise tax (MDET) was reinstated on January 1, 2018 after a two year suspension. The MDET is imposed on domestic sales including imports, manufacturing and the production of medical devices. The MDET initially went into effect in January 2013 to help fund the Affordable Care Act.

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  • With a new year upon us, and the recent Tax Reform bill being signed into law, there is much uncertainty about how our personal tax situations will be impacted. The Barnes Dennig tax team is here to help keep you informed and up-to-speed with various resources. See some of the

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  • Read our original post on this topic here. The Ohio Department of Taxation will conduct a tax amnesty program from Jan. 1, 2018 to Feb. 15, 2018, with respect to most Ohio taxes (Commercial Activity Tax, pass-through entity tax, sales/use tax, financial institutions tax, individual/individual school district income tax,

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  • President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act “Tax Act” into law on December 22, 2017.  The Tax Act provides the most significant tax reforms since the Tax Act of 1986.  These new laws are generally effective on January 1, 2018. For the purposes of US GAAP and IFRS,

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  • There’s a lot of buzz – and rightfully so – over the latest tax bill! We haven’t seen reform like this in three decades, and there will be a lot to cover. Like most things tax related, careful planning that meets your unique circumstances will be critical for 2018.  We

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  • Happy Holidays from our door to yours. Thanks for letting us GO BEYOND and share so many great moments with you in 2017, for that we are truly grateful! Note: Use the button in the bottom right-hand corner of the navigation bar to make the video full screen.

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  • On November 29, 2017, at a gathering of behavioral health service providers, Barnes Dennig’s not-for-profit team guided a conversation on key topics that leaders in the industry face day-to-day. Currently, providers are vigorously working through file testing with the state of Ohio for Behavioral Health Redesign (BHR), related to coding

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  • For many growing businesses, there may come a time for an when an employee benefit plan (EBP) audit is mandated by the Department of Labor. If you’re not prepared for the additional scrutiny, especially in light of ever-changing rules and procedures governing qualified employee benefit plans, it can cost valuable

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  • Much has been made in the construction industry about the need to improve performance management to help combat the tight labor market. The problem with the most common resources is that they rely almost solely on measuring, modeling and data collection. While some key performance indicators must be identified and

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  • The 2nd Annual National Tax Security Awareness Week Begins Monday, November 27th. Here’s what you need to know. The IRS has joined with representatives of the software industry, tax preparation firms, payroll and tax financial product processors and state tax administrators to combat identity theft refund fraud

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  • As the leaves continue to fall, and we approach the season of giving, Barnes Dennig employees participate once more in an annual tradition. For the 7th consecutive year, Barnes Dennig closed its office doors, and sent the entire firm out into the community for a day of volunteering at

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  • Dr. Alan Beaulieu, nationally recognized economist from Institute for Trend Research (ITR) Economics, presented his economic forecast on November 16th, 2017 at the 18th Annual Manufacturing Seminar, presented by Barnes Dennig, Huntington Bank and DBL Law. Beaulieu is a principal, as well as the

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  • Overview Ohio’s Tax Amnesty gives Taxpayers an opportunity to pay delinquent taxes while avoiding penalties and half of the interest. This limited-time offer is only available for six weeks, from January 1, 2018, through February 15, 2018. Taxpayers may qualify for the Ohio Tax Amnesty if they have unreported tax

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  • November is the time of year when many companies begin their open enrollment period for health and other employee benefits.  It is an important time to re-evaluate elections and make any updates to your election offerings, due to changes in status or maximizing the value of the benefits received. Health

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  • The construction industry is known to be highly competitive and constantly evolving. To remain successful in this kind of environment, construction companies and contractors need to aggressively pursue new business by focusing on marketing and business development. To help our construction clients, prospects and others, Barnes Dennig has outlined some

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  • On November 9, 2017, the Senate Finance Committee released detailed tax reform policy proposals[1], which would make major changes to the Internal Revenue Service Code. The Senate framework has a number of key differences from the House bill released last week. Of note: delaying the reduction of

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  • On November 2, 2017, House Republicans unveiled a major overhaul of the Internal Revenue Code. The proposed “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” would have an impact on virtually every individual and business on a level not seen in over 30 years. The plan calls for lowering the individual and corporate

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  • Navigating the complexities of a divorce can be very challenging, if not downright painful. There are many pressing and personal issues that demand your attention. Given all of that, it is understandable that tax considerations are typically not at the top of a person’s list of priorities during these strenuous

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  • On November 1, 2017, The Circuit’s monthly Breakfast Bytes series covered the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Circuit is a Cincinnati-based Technology Community Interest Group. You can read more about the Circuit here. GDPR is a privacy regulation in the European Union (EU) intended to strengthen and unify

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  • The Pennsylvania Senate agreed to several tax changes recently passed by the House of Representatives, and sent a bill to the Pennsylvania Governor on October 26, 2017. The Governor has ten days to sign or veto this legislation.  Under the bill, remote sellers, marketplace facilitators and referrers would have two

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  • The ability to be successful in the construction industry is often directly related to the quality of your work force. From project managers, supervisors and heavy equipment operators to general laborers, each one plays a vital role in the process – and their longevity on the team often equals enhanced

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