Department of Labor Abandons Overtime Rule Appeal

Nexsen Pruet, PLLC reports that the Department of Labor has officially abandoned the Obama-era “Final Rule” by requesting that a federal appeals judge dismiss the DOL’s appeal. You can find their technical release here. The DOL decision is summarized below: Originally scheduled to take effect on December 1, 2016, the ...

Key Tax Developments, Quarter 2, 2017

Here are some of the major tax developments from 2017’s 2nd quarter that may affect you, your family, or your business: IRS gives taxpayers more time to make expensing election deductions Due to taxpayer confusion about making expensing elections, the IRS announced that taxpayers may make these elections on amended returns for tax ...

Kathy Alderman

Present Position Staff Accountant – provides tax and accounting services for closely held business and individuals Joined Burkett Burkett & Burkett Certified Public Accountants, P.A. in August 2017 Experience Bookkeeper and inside sales in family-owned business related to industrial services since 1985 Private Banking ...

Amanda Ingram

Present Position Senior Accountant in Rock Hill office Focus is on the preparation and review of individual and corporate tax returns Experience Accounting Manager, Peter Bell, PLLC, Charlotte NC, 1995 – May 2017 —Extensive range of experience in accounting services including preparation of compiled, reviewed, and audited ...

William Drinnon

Present Position Senior Accountant Performs financial statement and compliance audits; performs reviews and prepares compilations; prepares certain federal and state information and tax returns. These services are provided to small to medium privately held companies, non-profit organizations, and governmental agencies. Experience ...


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