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Companies that remove snow, supply electricity to commercial customers and remove toxins from drinking water were among the 30 local enterprises that were recognized Wednesday night at Providence Business News’ fifth Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies event, held at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. more
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015, which President Barack Obama signed into law Dec. 18, did not permanently extend all business tax provisions, but some received a healthy five-year extension through 2019. In this second … more
Americans will get back some $330 billion in tax refunds this year, and more than half of that is earmarked for savings accounts or paying down debt. That’s the highest percentage since 2007. more
(Updated 1:42 p.m.) Fellowship Health Resources, a Lincoln-based nonprofit behavioral health care organization with programs in eight states, benefited from the volunteer work of more than 45 CBIZ Tofias employees on Nov. 11 in celebration of the financial and professional services company’s 20th anniversary. more
Gregory Cabral is a managing partner of BlumShapiro’s Rhode Island Office. He talks about the firm’s move to Cranston, why it is growing and what it means for clients. more
The person at the top of any enterprise, large or small, for-profit or nonprofit, gets the recognition, for things gone right or wrong. And that is as it should be. But the chances of success are improved greatly if that person has … more
Bryant University on Wednesday will name its diversity and inclusion center after PwC in recognition of the global accounting firm’s gift of $1.35 million to support diversity and inclusion in scholarship and leadership. 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
For several years, researchers have been sending people into tax preparation offices to test the quality of the work. The results have been scary: more
Anne Quinterno is a project manager of economic security at United Way of Rhode Island. The nonprofit this year is hosting several free tax preparation sessions through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Site/Earned Income Tax Credit Initiative. Quinterno, with more than 20 years of experience working with municipal and state government entities, nonprofits and in public policy, talks with Providence Business News about the initiative and what impact it’s having in the state. more
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