Author: Stephen Eldridge

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May

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National Small Business Week

As part of National Small Business Week (May 5-11), the IRS issued a reminder about a change in backup withholding. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the backup withholding tax rate dropped from 28% to 24%. Backup withholding applies in various situations, including when a taxpayer fails to supply a correct taxpayer identification number (TIN) … Continued

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May

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Creative agency, Sodium Halogen, has merged with CPA firm, Alexander Thompson Arnold

Contact: William Donnell, Founder Sodium Halogen 731.506.4535 wm@sodiumhalogen.com   May 1, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Creative agency, Sodium Halogen, has merged with CPA firm, Alexander Thompson Arnold Sodium Halogen has merged with ATA to become the firm’s digital consulting arm. This new relationship will provide ATA’s clients with additional resources including marketing consulting, app … Continued

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May

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3 Ways to get more for your marketing dollars

A strong economy leads some company owners to cut back on marketing. Why spend the money if business is so good? Others see it differently — a robust economy means more sales opportunities, so pouring dollars into marketing is the way to go. The right approach for your company depends on many factors, but one … Continued

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April

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Bank Wire

CECL: Banking agencies offer regulatory capital relief The federal bank regulatory agencies recently finalized a rule that offers banks relief from the regulatory capital impact of the new Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) standard. CECL discards the traditional incurred-loss model for recognizing credit losses in favor of a forward-looking approach. That is, banks will recognize … Continued

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April

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Federal Reserve focuses on emerging risks

Late last year, the Federal Reserve released its inaugural Supervision and Regulation Report. The report is designed to summarize banking conditions and the Fed’s supervisory and regulatory activities. Worth Noting Here are some highlights from the report: Banking system conditions. The Fed reports that the U.S. banking system is generally strong, that loan growth remains … Continued

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