The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH) has been signed into law just in time for the New Year. The main difference between this bill and what’s been passed over the last few years is that this act made some items permanent. The most notable of
On December 18, Congress passed and the President signed into law a bipartisan, bicameral agreement on tax extenders—i.e., the 50 or so temporary tax provisions that are routinely extended by Congress on a one- or two-year basis—and numerous other tax provisions in the “Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act
Gauthier & Kimmerling of Indianapolis and Barnes Dennig, headquartered in Cincinnati, are joining together effective January 1, 2016. The combination will help Gauthier & Kimmerling to provide broader resources to their clients and expand Barnes Dennig’s footprint in the tri-state region. The combined firm will operate under the name Barnes
Remaining competitive while still generating an overall profit is an issue with which many construction companies struggle. In the article “Pricing for Profit,” featured in the most recent FMI Quarterly, authors Tyler Pare and Ken Roper address different aspects owners may consider when pricing work for a bid. A
This month the Financial Accounting Standard Board (“FASB”) decided to move forward with issuing an Accounting Standards Update (“ASU”) pertaining to the accounting treatment of leases. The ASU is expected to be final in early 2016. The update, which has been in deliberations for multiple years, will essentially require leases
Dr. Alan Beaulieu, an economist from Institute for Trend Research (ITR) Economics, presented his trusted economic forecast on November 12th, at the 16th annual manufacturing seminar, presented by Barnes Dennig, Huntington Bank and DBL Law. Dr. Beaulieu is a principal, as well as president of ITR.