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Blue & Co., LLC Named as One of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Kentucky

For the ninth consecutive year, competing as a medium-sized business, Blue & Co., LLC was named as one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky.

“We are thrilled to have been named as one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Kentucky!”, stated Dale Skaggs, Director in Charge, for Blue & Co.’s Louisville office. “Being recognized for an award like Best Places to Work in Kentucky is a goal for our offices in Lexington and Louisville. The award recognizes our incredible people and our culture.” Greg Mullins, Director in Charge, for Blue & Co.’s Lexington office, added “We take great pride in Blue & Co. being named as a Best Place to Work in Kentucky nine years in a row.”

Winners from across the state are selected in three categories: small companies of 15-149 employees, medium companies of 150-499 employees, and large companies consisting of more than 500 employees (categories based on number of U.S. employees, only Kentucky employees surveyed). The competition is a multi-year initiative designed to motivate companies in the Commonwealth to focus, measure, and move their workplace environments toward excellence. Numerous studies show a strong correlation between profitability and creating a good place to work.

Blue & Co., LLC acquires Alerding CPA Group

Blue & Co., LLC acquires Alerding CPA Group

Carmel, Ind. (November 23, 2022) – The accounting and consulting firms of Alerding CPA Group (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Blue & Co., LLC (Carmel, Ind.) have announced their merger. The combined firm will operate as Blue & Co., LLC (Blue & Co.), effective December 1, 2022. This acquisition will provide Blue & Co. with greater market […]

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Not-for-Profit Single Audit Requirements – Evaluation of Revenue Sources

By: Holly Fields, CPA, Senior Manager Not-for-profit organizations (NFPs) that receive federal financial assistance over certain levels, either directly from a federal agency or indirectly through state or local agencies, may be required to have a single audit performed under Federal Uniform Guidance. Single Audit Requirements A single audit includes not only an audit of […]

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Occupational Mix Survey: What You Need to Know

Every three years, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requires any Hospital that is subject to the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) to complete an Occupational Mix Survey (OMS). This data is then used to calculate an Occupational Mix Adjustment Factor (OMAF). The occupational mix adjustment impacts a hospital’s average hourly wage and […]

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