R&E Tax Credits for Investing in Your New ERP System

Research to develop computer software for internal use (internal use software) is excluded from the definition of qualified research for purposes of the Research and Experimentation Tax Credit (R&E). The IRS issued proposed regulations on January 16, 2015 on various aspects of internal use software. Whether software is not developed

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Two Promotions and One New Principal at Barnes Dennig

Cincinnati, OH – January 27, 2015 – Barnes Dennig, an award-winning local accounting firm, is pleased to announce several promotions and a new principal to its ranks. The following individuals have been promoted to Senior Manager: Cheri Padgett, CPA, Wholesale Distribution Team Matt Rosen, CPA, Manufacturing Team As Senior Managers,

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Sales Tax Trap for the Unwary Construction Contractor

Contractors commonly cross the border to do business in Ohio and Kentucky. Contractors commonly pick up materials and supplies to complete their customers construction jobs. The general rule in most states is that a contractor is treated as the consumer of all the materials and supplies used in the performance

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Andy Bertke Earns Financial Forensics Designation

Andrew “Andy” J. Bertke, CPA, MBA and Director at Barnes Dennig earned the designation “Certified in Financial Forensics” (CFF) from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The CFF credential is granted exclusively to CPAs who demonstrate considerable expertise in forensic accounting through their knowledge, skills, and experience. The

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