Nov 16, 2017
The Vermont Technology Alliance presented a Lunch & Learn session on November 16 on how Vermont tech and other businesses and start-ups can qualify for federal R&D tax credits, saving tens of thousands…
Nov 08, 2017
'Tis the season for giving thanks! The holidays are upon us prompting many to consider charitable giving. Before moving forward review these tax deduction tips from the IRS. If you are going to give you…
Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs - One of Accounting Today's 2017 Best Small Accounting Firms to Work For
Nov 07, 2017
It's official! Accounting Today published their 2017 List of Best Accounting Firms to Work for in their November issue and... drum roll... Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs is very pleased to represent…
Nov 01, 2017
Davis & Hodgdon Associates is very pleased to announce that Caitlin Beauregard is the 2017 recipient of the firm’s annual “Start Up” scholarship.
Nov 01, 2017
Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs and CopperLeaf Financial are excited to present the 2017 Holiday Art Contest! We've asked our staff's children to create a work of holiday art to be considered for the…
Oct 24, 2017
BDO United States - Karen Schuler, 5/19/16 Cybersecurity has become a top-of-mind issue for organizations across both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. From the 110 million Target customers whose…
Oct 23, 2017
Vermont Business Magazine - The Personal Income tax was down a little and the Corporate Tax was down a lot as General Fund revenues collected for the month of September totaled $149.99 million, -$3.34…
Oct 05, 2017
Many small businesses have celebrated the permanent extension of the research and development (R&D) tax credit by Congress, retroactive as of 1/1/15. As part of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015, there are many important enhancements to expand how R&D credit benefits can be used by certain small businesses.
Oct 03, 2017
Davis & Hodgdon Associates CPAs is thrilled to announce that partner Mandy Bradley, CPA, M.S. is named as one of Vermont Business Magazine's 2017 Rising Stars! Vermont has a wealth of talented and enthusiastic…
Sep 26, 2017
Since the Equifax data breach was publicly announced on Sept. 8, follow-up questions have been rolling in. To that end, we wanted to provide some additional guidance and updates to help clients navigate…
Sep 26, 2017
As year-end approaches it is critical to begin considering your 2016 tax returns and determine a strategy including possible action items for keeping more of what you earn this year!
Sep 20, 2017
Source: CommonGood Vermont MIDDLEBURY, VT – Celebrating women entrepreneurs and inspiring the next generation of business leaders is the focus of the Vermont Women’s Fund annual celebration on October…
Sep 14, 2017
Football season is upon us and there are some strategic take-aways that business owners can use while preparing their books at year-end.
Sep 14, 2017
Fundraising uses a style of writing that’s personal, repetitive, simplistic, old-fashioned, and just plain messy. Those from journalism school, academia, or business can be in for a shock
Sep 13, 2017
Published on Common Good Vermont, September 7, 2017 - Source: Guidestar In talking with the leaders of nonprofit organizations across the sector, there is a single truism that undergirds all of our conversations:…
Sep 12, 2017
On Friday, Equifax, one of the major credit reporting bureaus, issued a press release announcing that on July 29 it had discovered “unauthorized access” to data belonging to as many as 143 million U.S. consumers.
Aug 31, 2017
The Vermont Department of Taxes has recently started an educational letter campaign to increase awareness and allow taxpayers an opportunity to pay use tax they owe. Despite many Vermonters making purchases…
Aug 24, 2017
Data from Women's Business Ownership Survey Released
Aug 14, 2017
Nearly 150 Vermont businesses completed the latest semi-annual economic survey in July regarding the outlook of Vermont’s small- to medium-sized businesses.
Aug 02, 2017
During the summer, some taxpayers may travel because of their involvement with a qualified charity. These traveling taxpayers may be able to lower their taxes.