About Barnes Dennig
Barnes Dennig has earned a reputation for outstanding accounting, tax and advisory services – as illustrated by the number of national and local awards for innovation, responsiveness and overall satisfaction. Highly-specialized professionals with expertise in assurance, internal controls, international tax and numerous other disciplines provide insight and ideas to business owners in the region. See why we are the right answer for middle-market, closely-held businesses.
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From the Blog
Dramatic Change in DOL Overtime Rules FinalizedOver the past several months, the U.S. Department of Labor has been developing new rules that would raise the salary threshold for whether an employee is exempt from overtime pay.
Indiana Research and Development Tax CreditRecent legislation has made a research and development tax credit on the federal level permanent, but Indiana has long been ahead of the game by creating their own incentives to help keep research and development jobs within the state.
Partners as Employees? Not so Fast Says the IRSIn May of 2016, the IRS released new regulations confirming that owners of a partnership cannot be considered employees of a wholly owned, disregarded entity for tax purposes.
Does Buying and Selling State Tax Credits Yield Federal Tax Consequences?Kentucky and Ohio offer a number of taxpayer incentives, such as nonrefundable and refundable tax credits, as a part of their state economic development programs. Non-refundable tax credits can only offset a tax liability, whereas a refundable tax credit is refunded to the taxpayer if there is credit in excess of a tax liability. Sometimes […]