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Research: Providence Business News/Nicole Dotzenrod; Photography: Nicole Dotzenrod; Map: PBN/Lisa Lagreca more
1 What is the filing volume anticipated for 2016 and how much of that will be business-related? Most returns are individual returns. We expect to process more than 645,000 personal income tax returns for tax year 2016. Many of those … more
The upcoming elections have once again brought the issue of estate taxes – a political favorite – to the forefront of tax-policy debate. But as exemptions at both the state and federal levels have increased recently, income taxes might be what … more
Some taxpayers could face delays in getting their tax refunds this year, as a new law designed to combat fraud comes into effect, according to H&R Block. more
PROVIDENCE – Moody's Investors Service has affirmed the city's Baa1 rating on its outstanding general-obligation bonds, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza announced Oct. 7. The Moody's report listed the city's tax base, location and declining … more
PROVIDENCE – Revenue collections in August for the state hit $275.1 million, exceeding expectations by 9.3 percent, the R.I. Department of Revenue said Oct. 7. The DOR had expected revenue of $251.7 million in August. Revenue … more
David A. Fontaine is a partner of tax and business services at the Providence offices of Marcum LLP, an international accounting and advisory firm. Fontaine has been closely monitoring the tax changes made in the recently approved fiscal 2017 state budget and talks with Providence Business News about how those changes will affect businesses in Rhode Island. more
Daniel M. Andrea has joined KLR as principal, information security in the firm's audit-services group. He most recently worked for Feeley & Driscoll P.C. as a partner. Andrea holds a B.S. in accounting and information management systems from Babson … more
BlumShapiro, a regional business accounting and business advisory firm, elected Patrick B. McAssey to partner in Cranston. more
The Marcum Commercial Construction Index for the third quarter of 2016 reflects continued spending weakness in non-residential construction through the first nine months of the year, but projects a significant increase in activity in 2017. more
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