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More Business Tax Incentives for Kentucky CompaniesKentucky business owners and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to take advantage of a variety of incentives and tax credits for qualifying business activities. From coal and environmental incentives to industry-specific workforce training there are several tax savings opportunities companies can leverage to reduce their overall tax liabilities.
Second Quarter Trends Predict Continued Growth in 2015As shown in the 2015 FMI Quarterly Report, and in accordance with the first quarter of 2015, the construction industry continues to expand and increase its growth in the U.S. According to FMI’s quarterly update, the first quarter of the year projected an 8% increase in 2015 for the construction niche, but after the second […]
What the Latest FASB Deferral Means for YouOn July 9, 2015 the Financial Accounting Standards Board voted to defer the effective date of ASU 2014-09 on Revenue from Contracts with Customers (Codification Topic 606). The original revenue standard was finalized in May 2014. The exposure draft to defer the effective date of the revenue standard was issued on April 29, 2015 and […]
The Increasing Importance of Data Security and your Supply Chain“Data breach” is a phrase that is becoming all too common in today’s world. From Target and Sony, to the Office of Personnel Management, there has been no shortage of news relating to high profile data breaches. In 2014, the New York Times devoted more than 700 articles to covering data breaches. This is up […]