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Quick Guide Vacation Home Tax Rules

Owning a vacation home can be a wonderful accommodation for your family, as can renting your vacation home when you’re not there. With vacation season in full swing, now is […]

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Scam Calls Emails Using IRS as Bait

Scams using the IRS as a lure continue. They take many different forms. The most common scams are phone calls and emails from thieves who pretend to be from the […]

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About The Work Opportunity Tax Credit

With a new year beginning, companies can obtain “hirer” credits to reduce their tax liabilities. One credit that employers should be aware of is the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, which […]

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2016 Post Election Tax Update

Any change in Presidential Administration brings the possibility, indeed the likelihood, of tax law changes and the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States is […]

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Olympic Fever

By Michael Rhinehart, Staff Accountant With a record-breaking Olympic performance in the books for the United States, we welcome our athletes back with a round of applause. Team USA led […]

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Wage Index Timeline: Mid-Year Update and Looking into 2025

As we head into the second half of the 2024 calendar year and the start of 2025, there are a few major dates that you need to be aware of […]

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Blue & Co., LLC Welcomes Wayne Little to the Firm | Wayne Little headshot

Blue & Co., LLC Welcomes Wayne Little to the Firm

CARMEL, Ind. (July 19, 2024) – Blue & Co., LLC is proud to announce that Wayne Little has joined the Louisville office of Blue & Co. as a principal. Little […]

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Manufacturers: It’s Time to Rethink Your R&D Tax Strategy

By Stephen Stringer, CPA, Director and Amy Sandlin, CPA, Senior Manager at Blue & Co. LLC News of incredible technological advancement and the rapid pace at which it is changing […]

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