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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.

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Kentucky storm victims get federal filing relief

Accounting Today

Natural disasters IRS Tax Tax relief

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Kentucky State Tax Updates

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Labor Day Weekend 2020: Where The Kentucky Derby, Dragon Con And Burning Man Go Virtual

PYMNTS

For example, the Kentucky Derby will be run on Saturday (Sept. And for those who want to have their own derby party, NBC Sports has released a “Kentucky Derby at Home Party Pack” for downloading.

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Bitcoin Daily: CoinZoom Crypto Exchange Debuts Visa Debit Card; Wave Financial To Offer Kentucky Bourbon Tokens As Investment

PYMNTS

In other news, Wave Financial has made deal with Wilderness Trail Distillery in Kentucky to tokenize bourbon barrels that are valued at as much as $20 million, CoinDesk reported. CoinZoom has officially rolled out an exchange and a CoinZoom Visa card, according to an announcement.

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Wilkinson to Present at Kentucky Society of Public Accountants Spring Business Conference

Katz,Sapper&Miller

JC Wilkinson, a director in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Business Advisory Group, will present at the Kentucky Society of Public Accountants Spring Business Conference

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Restaurants Undergo Massive COVID-Era Redesign

PYMNTS

For example, Yum Brands ’ huge QSR stable of Taco Bell , Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pizza Hut is also going through a similar metamorphosis that focuses on how the food is ordered and delivered rather than on the food itself.

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Sports Betting Moves Forward In The U.S. — With or Without ‘Integrity Fees’

PYMNTS

Kentucky is one of the latest jurisdictions that could welcome the wagering. Reports out of the Bluegrass State say Damon Thayer , the Republican who serves as majority floor leader for the Kentucky State Senate, anticipates that lawmakers from both parties want to introduce pro-gambling legislation during the 30-day legislative session that starts January 8, 2019. “I The U.S.

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Today In Data: Bank Of America And Biometrics

PYMNTS

Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), for example, is now accepting payment via Face ID tech at certain locations in China. Today In Data ANZ Apple Bank of America biometrics data breach data security Equifax facial recognition Kentucky Fried Chicken News Today in DataFollowing the Equifax data breach, biometrics and data security have come under increased scrutiny as more companies and consumers consider their security-enhancing features.

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Weirdness Is Currency In The Attention Economy

PYMNTS

Playing with one’s food is all part of the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) value proposition. There was the Watt A Box that let customers charge their phone while eating dinner, the Gamers Box that came with a mount for the phone as well as controllers attached to the sides — and now, the KFO, short for Kentucky Flying Object. Retail attention economy Burger King Drones FCC Kentucky Fried Chicken marketing net neutrality News QSRs Taco Bell

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BlueCats Kills A Dozen Birds With One Stone For Restaurateurs

PYMNTS

ResTech BlueCats BlueCats NOW GPS bluetooth fast casual Featured News full service hospitality Internet of Things Kentucky Fried Chicken kfc Kurt Nehrenz McDonald's mobile apps mobile order ahead Mobile Payments News Panera Bread Payment Methods quick-service restaurant automation Restaurant Tech Restaurant TechnologyNobody likes getting cold food delivered to their restaurant table.

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What quality costs will the J.M. Smucker Company incur from its recall of Jif peanut butter?

Wendy Tietz

Smucker Company (Smuckers) issued a voluntary recall in 2022 for several Jif peanut butter products manufactured in its Lexington, Kentucky, manufacturing facility. The J.M.

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State & Local Tax Update: 5/25/18

Katz,Sapper&Miller

The Kentucky legislature recently passed significant tax law changes with House Bill 366 and House Bill 487, including an overhaul to much of Kentucky’s corporate tax system and addressing the state’s conformity to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. These bills broaden Kentucky’s tax base through various income and sales tax provisions and introduce a flat income tax rate

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Horse Racing On My Mind

RitaKeller

I had the opportunity to visit Claiborne Farm i n Bourbon County, Kentucky not far from Lexington, KY. Since the Kentucky Derby was still fresh in my mind, I was pleased that two very dear friends arranged the visit. “Remember that the most valuable antiques are dear old friends.”

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Manchir to Speak at 2017 Annual Spring ESOP Conference

Katz,Sapper&Miller

Andy Manchir, director in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s ESOP Services Group, will speak at The ESOP Association’s Ohio/Kentucky Chapter 2017 Annual Spring Conference

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Sales tax and crypto: Latest developments

TaxConnex

According to a recent guide from Bloomberg , nine states treat crypto the same as they do cash for transactions for sale tax purposes: California, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Washington and Wisconsin.

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Sales Tax on Shipping: When Does it Apply?

TaxConnex

But even a portion of taxable items renders a whole shipment’s shipping cost subject to sales tax in Kentucky, New Mexico, New York and Pennsylvania. In Kentucky, stating shipping separately avoids sales tax unless the seller makes the delivery.

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What was new in December for state sales and use taxes

TaxConnex

The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled to protect a manufacturing sales tax exemption after the state’s Chamber of Commerce and Association of Manufacturers filed an amicus brief supporting the taxpayer in the case, Century Aluminum.

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Vendor concessions/discounts can help pay to outsource sales tax obligations

TaxConnex

Kentucky’s cap is just $50 per month, South Dakota’s just $70. Collecting and remitting sales tax to states and other tax jurisdictions is time consuming and can be expensive. If only somebody could help you with the costs of managing it.

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What’s new in state sales and use taxes

TaxConnex

Some proposals call for cutting taxes temporarily: New York is considering exempting its 4% sales tax on gas, personal care products, housekeeping supplies and ready-to-eat foods for two years; Kentucky is considering cutting its sales tax 1% for a year.

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Flinchum and Manchir to Discuss ESOP Tax, Accounting, and Valuation Practices at Annual Great Lakes Regional ESOP Conference

Katz,Sapper&Miller

17-18 in Sandusky, OH, the conference brings together the Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky chapters of The ESOP Association to discuss current topics pertinent to the ESOP community Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Mark Flinchum and Andy Manchir will present at the Fifth Annual Great Lakes Regional ESOP Conference. Taking place Oct.

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What was new in September for state sales and use taxes

TaxConnex

Kentucky has released a “Sales Tax Facts” sheet detailing services that become taxable as of Jan. There’s always something changing in the world of tax, especially sales tax. Here’s a review of some of the recent changes and updates. Inflation bites.

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Tricky items for sales tax

TaxConnex

Though states like Kentucky are considering or already have additional fees for owners of electric cars, most states are still fuzzy on whether the customer or the supplier pays the sales tax on the juice. We’re fond of saying that nothing’s ever easy in sales tax.

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Charles, Curry to Present at Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgeons’ 2019 Annual Meeting

Katz,Sapper&Miller

The event will take place from May 31-June 2 in French Lick, IN and will bring together plastic surgeons from five states: Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia Katz, Sapper & Miller’s David Charles and Lisa Curry will present at the Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgeons’ 2019 Annual Meeting.

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Crypto, NFTs and sales tax: What we know so far

TaxConnex

Other states such as Georgia , Kentucky and Wyoming have floated sales tax incentives or exemptions for such things as data center equipment purchases or the costs of electricity. Sales tax has a universe of changing conditions.

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What’s new for state sales and use taxes

TaxConnex

Kentucky is considering gradually eliminating its individual income tax in favor of a broader sales tax. There’s always something changing in the world of tax, especially sales tax. Here’s a review of some of the recent changes and updates. Give us a break.

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Manchir to Discuss ESOP Feasibility at Great Lakes Regional ESOP Conference

Katz,Sapper&Miller

18-19 in Sandusky, Ohio, the conference will bring together the Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio/Kentucky chapters to discuss current topics pertinent to the ESOP community Andy Manchir, director in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s ESOP Services Group, will present at the 4th Annual Great Lakes Regional ESOP Conference. Taking place on Oct.

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What was new in October for state sales and use taxes

TaxConnex

Kentucky has issued additional guidance following passage of a bill this spring that will make taxable beginning in 2023 many services previously not subject to state sales tax. There’s always something changing in the world of tax, especially sales tax.

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Learn From History

RitaKeller

Last week we did a road trip (the first one since COVID) and visited Lincoln’s birthplace in Kentucky (and Jefferson Davis’ birthplace, also in Kentucky). “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.” – Abraham Lincoln.

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Three Small US Banks Collapse Over Past Month

PYMNTS

Louisa Community Bank of Louisa, Kentucky also shuttered on Oct. 25, and the assets were purchased by Kentucky Farmers Bank Corporation in Catlettsburg, Kentucky. The U.S. recorded its fourth bank failure this year — the first collapse of financial institutions since 2017, according to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ( FDIC ). The most recent failure was on Nov. 1 when City National Bank of New Jersey closed its three branches with assets of about $120.6

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Monthly Review of What's New in Sales & Use Tax

TaxConnex

Kentucky saw sales tax receipts in April hit $486.5 There’s always something changing in the world of tax, especially sales tax. And 2021 continues to prove that. Here’s a review of some of the recent changes and updates.

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What's new in May for state sales and use taxes

TaxConnex

Kentucky has enacted multiple tax changes , including expansion of the services subject to sales and use taxes. What’s new in May for state sales and use taxes. There’s always something changing in the world of tax, especially sales tax.

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What happened in sales tax in 2022

TaxConnex

But others clung to hiking sale taxes: Kentucky considered gradually replacing its individual income tax with a broader sales tax. New sources of tax revenue, old ones robust but sputtering in spots, tax holidays as political tools amid inflation: It’s been a year of new trends in sales tax.

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5/9 Webinar: Understanding the Tax Benefits of Having a Transportation Per Diem Plan and How to Stay Compliant

Katz,Sapper&Miller

In this webinar conversation, hosted by the Kentucky Trucking Association (KTA) and Tennessee Trucking Association (TTA), KSM’s Randy Hooper and Troy Hogan will describe the tax benefits that per diem plans bring to the table. In the aftermath of tax reform, more carriers are considering implementing per diem plans which can provide clear payroll and income tax savings. However, running afoul of the IRS’s accountable plan rules can jeopardize these savings.

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What’s Hot on Checkpoint for Federal & State Tax Professionals?

ThomsonReuters

In this edition, we take a look at the recently enacted corporate alternative (book) minimum tax; new elections to convert credits to cash or tax payments; changes to the electric vehicle credit; recent legislation in Kansas, Kentucky, and Missouri; and state taxation of forgiven student loans.

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Google Faces Lawsuit From Multiple States Over Digital Ad Tactics

PYMNTS

In addition to Texas, states involved in the suit include Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota and Utah, WSJ reported.

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Impossible Foods CFO David Lee Goes To AppHarvest

PYMNTS

The company expects to begin its first harvest from its flagship farm, which is a 60-acre facility growing tomatoes in Morehead, Kentucky, this month. There are other facilities in Kentucky, including a 15-acre location to develop leafy greens, the release stated.

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Taco Bell Parent Yum Brands To Acquire Habit Restaurants

PYMNTS

Yum Brands, the parent company of fast-food chains Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken, plans to purchase fast-casual chain Habit Restaurants, which is the parent company of Habit Burger Grill, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.

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Google Slapped With Antitrust Lawsuit Filed By Coalition Of 38 States

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In addition to Texas, states involved in the Paxton suit include other Republican attorneys general from Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota and Utah.

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Illinois CPA Society Announces Mary T. Washington Wylie Internship Preparation Program Scholars

CPA Practice

Janae Fleming Kentucky State University Richton Park, Ill. The Illinois CPA Society and its charitable partner, the CPA Endowment Fund of Illinois, have announced the latest group of young aspiring professionals to complete its award-winning and highly competitive Mary T.

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US Senate Fails To Pass Additional SMB Aid

PYMNTS

The Kentucky Republican sought unanimous approval for an additional $250 billion into a loan program for small businesses struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.

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SBA Fund To Run Out Of Money Today Unless Congress Adds More

PYMNTS

As a result, the Kentucky Republican was unable to secure unanimous approval for the funding measure. For businesses that have not yet applied for a loan under the $350 billion federal stimulus program designed to mitigate the economic ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, it may be too late.

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1.8M Americans File Unemployment Claims As Pandemic’s Total Tops 42M

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The largest increases in claims for the week ending May 23 were in Maine (11,941), Oklahoma (10,274), Michigan (7,859), Kentucky (6,417) and Oregon (4,913). Nearly 1.9