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IRS: Kentucky Storm Victims Qualify For Tax Relief

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TNS) The IRS announced tax relief for individuals and businesses in parts of Kentucky affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, landslides and mudslides that began on April 2, 2024. By Janie Slaven, The Times-Tribune, Corbin, Ky. These taxpayers now have until Nov.

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Kentucky now taxes a range of services

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Kentucky is the latest in terms of taxing specific services. Kentucky has also released a “Sales Tax Facts” sheet detailing some now-taxable services. “Services” are generally not subject to sales tax while tangible personal property generally is subject to sales tax. Businesses without a sales and use tax account must apply for one.

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LBMC Adds Kentucky CPA Firm Strothman & Co.

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team further enhances our service offerings and allows us to expand our Kentucky presence, where we currently serve over 100 clients across the state.” is a full-service accounting and advisory firm serving clients in Kentucky, Indiana, and elsewhere. “The Strothman & Co. Strothman & Co.

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The Largest Accounting Firm in Kentucky Thinks a Tower Will Win the Talent War

Going Concern

Kentucky’s largest accounting and advisory firm* announced on Tuesday they will be relocating their primary office in Louisville to the fancy PNC Tower at 101 South 5th Street this coming spring. The post The Largest Accounting Firm in Kentucky Thinks a Tower Will Win the Talent War appeared first on Going Concern.

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Ex-Kentucky CPA Accused of Failing to Report More Than $300,000 on Federal Taxes

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By Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader (TNS) A former Kentucky accountant has been indicted after allegedly failing to report more than $320,000 in income on his federal taxes. A federal grand jury indicted Charles Marshall Stivers, of Manchester, last week on two charges of making false statements on tax returns in 2018 and 2020.

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Ex-Kentucky CPA Accused of Failing to Report More Than $300,000 on Federal Taxes

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By Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader (TNS) A former Kentucky accountant has been indicted after allegedly failing to report more than $320,000 in income on his federal taxes. A federal grand jury indicted Charles Marshall Stivers, of Manchester, last week on two charges of making false statements on tax returns in 2018 and 2020.

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Payroll Taxes Demystified: A Breakdown for Accountants and CPAs Serving Business Owners

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with Maryland and Virginia) West Virginia (with Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia) Wisconsin (with Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Michigan) Paying payroll taxes can be a daunting task for business owners, but with expert advice and guidance from their CPAs, it becomes more manageable.