There are valuable short-term and long-term incentives available for incorporating a solar array in a facility, from significant tax deductions and tax credits to increased energy independence. Because of the current tax environment, we recommend giving strong consideration to the long-term value of the credits over the greater short-term value
Clouds loom on the horizon. Finance and accounting officers will soon be deluged with new accounting pronouncements that have a direct impact on the bottom line. When the storm hits, will you be ready? Barnes Dennig Director Tom Groskopf has a front-row seat for the much-discussed convergence of national and
Chris Hartle, a senior manager at Barnes Dennig and the leader of the firm’s construction client service team, published a white paper detailing the proposed changes to lease accounting, in the wake of the FASB/IASB convergence efforts. For contractors who finance heavily through operating leases, the changes are expected to
Barry Asmus, a senior economist with the National Center for Policy Analysis, will be the featured speaker November 3 at our Manufacturer’s Annual Seminar, presented by Barnes Dennig, DBL Law and Huntington Bank. Dr. Asmus has been researching, writing and speaking on globalization and the U.S. economy for more than
U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall of New Mexico are pushing for a national renewable electricity standard, which would require 15 percent of all power produced by utility companies to be renewable or alternative energy. It would be the first national renewable energy standard (RES), and it would increase
President Obama signed a law today that will create up to $30 billion in loans for small businesses and $12 billion in tax breaks for businesses of all sizes. Among other things, the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010 will: Increase the tax write-off for certain capital expenses.