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PODCAST: 2020 is over, but the uncertainty remains

Maddie Schueler, a Dean Dorton colleague and tax law expert, joins host Justin Hubbard in this episode. Maddie and Justin speculate on the vast uncertainty across the political spectrum and discuss President Biden’s tax proposals. This episode was recorded on January 6, 2021, the day after the Georgia Senate runoff but before the outcome was final.

2021-01-19T14:00:23-05:00January 27th, 2021|Equine, Unhinged Podcast|

PODCAST: A conversation with Bill Thomason

Tune in for Justin’s intimate conversation with Bill Thomason, recently retired President/CEO of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racetrack and auction house which sits at the epicenter of the Horse Capital of the World. Bill discusses the importance of leadership humility and succession planning as he hands over the reins to the next President/CEO.

2020-12-31T06:34:26-05:00January 13th, 2021|Equine, Unhinged Podcast|

A preview of coronavirus economic relief provisions: The impact for horse and farm owners

Jen Shah, Dean Dorton Tax Director and Equine Industry Lead, gives a preview of key provisions included in the 2021 Congressional Appropriations Act which may impact horse and farm owners.

2020-12-23T12:41:07-05:00December 23rd, 2020|COVID-19, Equine, Tax|

Form 1099 changes for 2020

Several changes have been made to Form 1099 which will pose challenges for businesses across the country if they are not prepared. In this article, our tax experts give you a rundown of the changes and suggest how you can best prepare.

What will productivity and security cost in 2021?

Significant improvements have been made to virtual desktop platforms in the past five years. Are your systems up-to-date with the latest in tech to help your organization stay secure and productive?

Budgeting for Collaborative Technology in 2021

As we count down the days until the end of 2020, many organizations are in the middle of budgeting for their 2021. What technology solutions should you consider budgeting for that will help your business collaborate efficiently in the new normal?

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