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Welcome Jocelyn Geiger

Nov 12, 2018
Davis & Hodgdon is thrilled to welcome Jocelyn Geiger to the team! You can read more about Jocelyn in our press release - please click here.

Welcome Alex Dixon

Nov 08, 2018
Davis & Hodgdon is very excited to welcome Alexander Dixon to our team of Accountants! To view the full press release please click here.

Vermont Department of Taxes Releases New Fact Sheet for Landlords

Oct 24, 2018
Landlord Certificate is due Jan. 31, 2019 Apartments, single-family homes, condominiums, boarding houses, mobile homes, lots for mobile homes, and rooms in a nursing home or assisted living facility are…

Burlington awards $100,000 in second year of entrepreneurship competition

Oct 17, 2018
We are thrilled to announce that our current signature partner, Generator and our previous signature partner, The Women's Small Business Program, have been awarded grants by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation!…

Vermont Dept of Taxes to Host Conversation with Lodge Owners October 9

Oct 01, 2018
On October 9 in Newport, the Vermont Department of Taxes will host a conversation with lodging operators regarding recent legislative changes that impact their businesses. Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom and…
It's Not Too Soon for Taxes: 4 Moves You Can Make Now

It's Not Too Soon for Taxes: 4 Moves You Can Make Now

Sep 27, 2018
Forbes, 9/18/18, by Mark Avallone - With the April 15 tax-filing deadline still months away, it may seem early to consider taxes, but when it comes to reducing your tax bill, starting early makes eminent…
New Employer Tax Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave Available for 2018 and 2019

New Employer Tax Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave Available for 2018 and 2019

Sep 25, 2018
News from the IRS!  WASHINGTON — The IRS announced that eligible employers who provide paid family and medical leave to their employees may qualify for a new business credit for tax years 2018 and 2019. In…

Pete's RV named top ten Jayco Towable Dealer

Sep 12, 2018
Congrats to our client in the news! Pete's RV Center, based in South Burlington, was announced number three in the category of Top Ten Towable Dealers for Model Year 2018 at Jayco, Inc's annual Dealer…

How States are Reacting to the Wayfair Ruling

Aug 22, 2018
By Diane Yetter - As various levels of government try to figure about what the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision looks like in practice, it leaves a lot of uncertainty for sellers and their accountants…

Rutland - Restaurant, retail planned for Strand building

Aug 16, 2018
By Gordon Dristchilo, Rutland Herald - An upcoming project aims at putting more of a marketplace in Center Street Marketplace Park. Developer Mark Foley is planning to open a restaurant in the long-vacant…

Vermont Personal income tax revenues down slightly as new FY begins

Aug 16, 2018
by Timothy McQuiston, Vermont Business Magazine - After a torrid pace to the last half of the last fiscal year, General Fund revenues fell below targets for the first month of the new fiscal year. Tax…
Update from the Vermont Department of Taxes

Update from the Vermont Department of Taxes

Jul 31, 2018
2018 Tax Changes The Vermont Department of Taxes has posted some important information about tax law changes effective July 1. Social Security ExemptionAct 11, passed during the 2018 Special Session,…
Vermont Tax Revenues Look Good for Next Two Years

Vermont Tax Revenues Look Good for Next Two Years

Jul 30, 2018
by Timothy McQuiston, Vermont Business Magazine - This had to be the most jovial Emergency Board meeting since at least before the Great Recession began in 2008. Tax revenues were great last year (fiscal…

Student Attitudes Shift after Experiencing Manufacturing

Jul 25, 2018
Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center - How do you encourage students to pursue manufacturing careers? In most cases, it's not so much up to you as it is them. According to research conducted by The…

Check Your Property Tax Bill: VT Tax Dept Missed Deadline for Issuing Some Adjustments

Jul 23, 2018
Posted on VPR, 7/18/18 By Howard Weiss-Tisman - The Vermont Department of Taxes was not able to process all of the property tax adjustment claims in time to meet a July 1 deadline. As a result, towns that…
General Fund Tax Revenues Finish Year More Than $65 Million Over Target

General Fund Tax Revenues Finish Year More Than $65 Million Over Target

Jul 19, 2018
by Timothy McQuiston, Vermont Business Magazine - Vermont personal income taxes finished the month of June ahead of projections again, pushing General Fund revenues for the month and the now-completed…
Taxpayers Should Consider Checking Their Withholdings Soon

Taxpayers Should Consider Checking Their Withholdings Soon

Jul 12, 2018
irs.gov - Taxpayers who owed additional tax when they filed their federal return earlier this year should do a “paycheck checkup” as soon as possible. The IRS Withholding Calculator and Publication 505,…

4th of July in Vermont

Jul 02, 2018
Looking to make some memories this fourth of July? Find a list of Vermont state festivities and events near you on the following websites: Find and Go Seek: https://www.findandgoseek.net/category/4th-of-july Visit…

Vermont Legislature Wrap-up 2018

Jun 28, 2018
What the VT Legislature got done, and what they didn't. - VT Digger
American Philanthropic Giving Surpassed $400 Billion in 2017

American Philanthropic Giving Surpassed $400 Billion in 2017

Jun 21, 2018
By Giving USA, 6/12/18 - Americans achieved a philanthropic landmark in 2017: for the first time total charitable giving surpassed $400 billion in a single year. A booming stock market and a generally…