On January 1, 2015, Kentucky will launch one of the most aggressive angel tax credit programs in the country. It’s a big development for the Northern Kentucky region in particular, which has made growing and supporting startups a key part of economic development strategy. The primary goal of the
In 2013, energy efficiency tax planning has a special urgency. That’s because the current Section 179D tax provisions are scheduled to expire on December 31, 2013. A proposal to extend EPAct for three years, through December 31, 2016, and to expand the beneficiary categories, has been introduced in the Senate.
The Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program works to fill a gap in current workforce development programs by providing training dollars to Ohio’s workforce through a unique public-private partnership. The ultimate goal of this program is to allow employers to retain and grow their existing Ohio workforce while also creating
One of the top challenges facing today’s healthcare practices is that of implementing a “fair” physician compensation model for both the physicians as well as the organization as a whole. Formulas which were once 100 percent based on production are being replaced with models based on a combination of organizational
I recently reported on Governor Kasich’s announcement of a plan to return $1 billion in insurance premiums to 210,000 public and private employers. Since that time, progress has been made toward implementing that plan and defining which businesses will be eligible for this rebate. Thus far, we know the following:
On May 2nd, Ohio Governor John Kasich announced his plan to return $1 billion in insurance premiums to 210,000 public and private employers in amounts ranging from $5 to millions of dollars. These rebates will come from the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s more than $8 billion in net assets, which,