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Tax Tribunal Holds Modified Software Is Nontaxable Custom Software

The Alabama Tax Tribunal recently held that modified canned software is nontaxable custom software.  In Russell County Community Hospital v. Alabama Department of Revenue ( No. S 15-1683 Ala. Tax Trib. June 13, 2016), the Tribunal ruled that the taxpayer was entitled to a refund of sales tax paid on purchases of software, where the software…
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New Per Diem Rates Effective October 1, 2016

There will be an update to per diem rates effective beginning October 1st. First, let me offer some background. If you have employees that incur frequent business travel, it can often be cumbersome for those employees (and perhaps for the chief accountant) to accumulate receipts for reimbursable expenses paid by the employee. As an alternative, tax…
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Billing and Collections | Law Firms

Take Charge of Billing and Collections Almost every professional services firm has issues with collections at some time or another. At the very least, most firms would benefit from making improvements to their collections processes. So let’s take a look at some different approaches and ideas to see what might pay off best for your…
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Dent, Baker merges with Moses, Phillips to form Dent Moses, LLP

The addition of the Birmingham-based CPA firm will strengthen the new company’s offerings in all practice areas. December 8, 2015 Dent, Baker & Company, LLP announced they will join forces with CPA firm Moses, Phillips, Young, Brannon, & Henninger LLP, a highly respected full-service company, to create Dent Moses, LLP effective January 1st. The professionals…
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The Impact of New Overtime Laws

July 6, 2015 brought news from the Department of Labor of proposed legislation that could drastically alter the way many employers pay overtime. The proposal would raise the threshold at which certain employees qualify for overtime coverage under the Fair Labor Standards Act. As the current law stands, most workers are no longer eligible for…
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