Pass-through entities (PTE) and their owners will need to consider several factors when deciding whether to elect to pay tax at the entity-level, including the state of residence of the entity’s owners, whether the PTE does business in other states, whether nonresident owners are able to claim a credit for PTE taxes paid to Kentucky, and other credits available to the PTE or its owners.
There are reasons for optimism or pessimism in 2023. But the outlook is bright for any company that plans and prepares early. Here’s what to focus on.
Monitoring provider coding and billing risks is a constantly evolving challenge. One great tool to monitor high risk provider billing in your organization is the Comparative Billing Report (CBR). Dean Dorton has developed tools to aggregate and analyze CBR benchmark information for its clients.
Dashboards don’t seem all that impressive at first. Decision makers are used to relying on a quick and easy rundown of performance metrics to guide what they do, so what makes dashboards any different?
As more organizations have expanded their internet presence, web application attacks have become increasingly profitable for threat actors. Recent vulnerabilities such as Log4j have also brought more intense scrutiny to web applications.
Dean Dorton is expanding its presence in Raleigh, NC by merging with Koonce, Wooten & Haywood, LLP.
Micro share ownership of horses is making it more affordable for the average person to own a part of a horse. However, most people probably do not consider the tax implications of owning shares of a horse. Below we discuss the various ownership types and related taxes.
While most federal tax regulations did not change in the past year there are some 2021 tax reminders for equine industry participants that are important to remember when filing taxes.