Ohio suspends Advanced Energy grants

The Ohio Advanced Energy Fund is set to expire December 31, and grant applications have backed up to the point that state officials have stopped accepting new applications. According to a post on the Ohio Department of Development’s website, the state suspended all Notice of Funding Available (NOFAs) last week

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Hear tax specialist Agnes Spoelker on WVXU

Barnes Dennig Tax Specialist Agnes Spoelker, CPA, will discuss tax ideas for investors on an upcoming episode of On the Money with Chris DiSimio on WVXU-FM, 91.7. The show will air Saturday, November 13, at 7:10 AM, and it will be available as a podcast at wvxu.org/economy. Agnes is a

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Health Care Practices May Qualify for Tax Credits

Small businesses, including physician practices, may be eligible for new tax credits of up to 35 percent of the cost of providing health insurance to their employees. The credit will increase to 50 percent in 2014.  To be eligible for the credit, your practice must: Cover at least 50 percent

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Non-profits don’t have to be a victim

Many non-profits face the very real risk of internal fraud and embezzlement whether or not you realize it.  Unfortunately, this risk is magnified during times of economic uncertainty, when employees may be facing extreme financial pressure.  Jeff Schmitt, a senior manager at Barnes Dennig and the leader of the firm’s

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