Ohio Governor John Kasich recently unveiled a plan to exclude the gain on sale of an Ohio business interest held for 2 years or more from the State’s income tax. The details are not yet known, but the matter has been referred to a tax writing committee in the Ohio
Forty six years ago, Bob Barnes and Al Dennig formed an accounting firm on the belief that respect for employees and passion for client service are the twin pillars of a successful business. Each is possible because the other is present. As Barnes Dennig has grown into the fifth-largest
On June 8, 2011, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced the revocation of nearly 275,000 nonprofit organizations’ tax exemption. Of those, approximately 1,300 are in the Greater Cincinnati area. These organizations did not meet the legal requirements to file annual tax forms for three consecutive years and consequently lost their
Often times the best sources of technological innovation for your company are the systems, assets and relationships you already have in place. The key is to find new and better ways to utilize them. That was one of the major messages of Barnes Dennig’s recent wholesale / distribution roundtable on
Ohio law requires County Auditors to revalue every six years all parcels of real estate within their counties for purposes of real property taxation. Every third year the values are to be updated by the County Auditors. Not all Ohio counties are on the same time table for these updates.
Firm leadership has announced October 21stas the first annual Barnes Dennig Community Outreach Day. The primary purpose is to volunteer our employees time to assist local organizations with their charitable goals. Now through August 1st, nominations will be accepted from local non-profits for service projects