Brixey & Meyer Capital and Access Control Systems Acquires Access Security Parking Integrated Solutions (ASPIS)
We are excited to announce the expansion and relocation of our Columbus office space. We recently moved to 485 Metro Place South, Suite 400, Dublin, OH 43017.
We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Harrington has been promoted to the role of Columbus Office Leader, effective July 2021.
As a BDO alliance member, we get to pass along industry specific letters to ensure you stay ahead of in-depth updates and thought leadership in your industry. We want you to understand how your organization or organizations that you serve are impacted.
Tax Rate Update
Ohio individuals will experience a tax rate decrease that is retroactive to January 1, 2021.
Starting this week, Ohio is accepting applications to distribute $155 million in grant funding to small and medium-sized businesses in Ohio.
By Robby Vanrijkel
COVID-19, the economy and political shifts have resulted in tumultuous times for many nonprofits. Organizational resilience depends heavily on securing funding, and organizations are seeking out new ways to engage with donors to ensure they have the resources needed to continue their missions. Successful nonprofits understand that maintaining these relationships is imperative for the survival and continued growth of their organizations.
We are so excited to introduce you to Brian, one of our newest team members! He is a Senior Consultant in our Business Advisory Services group making things happen in Dayton on the daily!
By Michael Ward
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nonprofits in dramatically different ways, with some organizations scrambling to meet rapidly rising demand and others shrinking to survive the ongoing crisis. Whether an organization’s situation has been one of boom, bust or somewhere in between, scalability is a universal asset in a global pandemic.
The Biden Administration’s American Families Plan and other tax proposals may complicate the tax landscape for high-income earners. Many of the proposals target taxpayers earning more than $400,000 per year.