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Staff Accountant, Jonathan Kim, is a Certified Public Accountant

Hancock Askew & Co. is Proud to Announce Staff Accountant, Jonathan Kim, is a Certified Public Accountant Atlanta, GA (April 2nd, 2018) – Hancock Askew & Co., LLP, a full-service audit, tax, accounting and consulting firm is proud to announce Staff Accountant, Jonathan Kim, has received the designation of Certified Public Accountant, CPA. As a Certified […]

2017 Tax Questions Answered

You asked, our tax experts answered! Hancock Askew teamed up with the Savannah Morning News to help you get through tax season stresses and better prepare for the year ahead. The following are the questions and answers our experts thought would be most helpful to our readers. Q: May I deduct damage incurred from Hurricane Irma on my […]

Cost Segregation Tax Savings

Cost Segregation Studies | Valuable Benefits Under New and Old Tax Rules Prepared by Michael T. McCarthy, CPA, CVA– Managing Partner Cost Segregation – A great way to reduce tax burden in any year, but if you built a new building in 2017, it may be a great way to take advantage of the new […]

Interest on Home Equity Loans Often Still Deductible Under New Law

Prepared by Susan Clifford, CPA– Principal The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 suspends from 2018 until 2026 the deduction of interest paid on home equity loans and lines of credit, unless they are used to buy, build, or make substantial renovations to the home that secures the loan. Therefore, the IRS is advising […]

2018 Tax Brackets and Rates

Prepared by Lesley McDaniel, CPA– Manager Tax reform has brought about a number of changes.  One of those being tax brackets and tax rates. For individuals, there are still seven tax rates in place, however those rates, overall, have decreased.Hancock Askew & Co., LLP We have included both the 2017 and 2018 tax brackets below […]

Answers to Tax Return Questions

Prepared by Josh Colsson– Tax Manager We’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions concerning tax returns. Q. What do I need to have for documentation for charitable contributions? A. The donor must maintain a record of the contribution in the form of either a bank record (such as a cancelled check) or […]

March of Dimes 2018

Hancock Askew is joining The March of Dimes –  March for Babies Walk! Atlanta:  When: Saturday, April 28, 2018 Where: 4770 N Peachtree Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338 Start time: 10:00 AM Registration time: 9:00 AM If you would like to join or make a tax deductible donation to our Atlanta team, please click here. By raising […]

2017 Tax Questions

Hancock Askew and the Savannah Morning News are teaming up again to help get you through tax season stresses and better prepare you for the year ahead. CPAs from HAC will be available to answer your 2017 tax return questions! HOW TO PARTICIPATE Call: 912-226-2474 When: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM, Wednesday, March 21st Can’t […]

Staff Accountant, Jarrett Prince, is a Certified Public Accountant

Hancock Askew & Co. is Proud to Announce Staff Accountant, Jarrett Prince, is a Certified Public Accountant Savannah, GA (February 26th, 2018) – Hancock Askew & Co., LLP, a full-service audit, tax, accounting and consulting firm is proud to announce Staff Accountant, Jarrett Prince, has received the designation of Certified Public Accountant, CPA. As a […]

New Alimony Laws

How New Alimony Laws Impact both Spouses in Divorce Recently approved legislation has brought changes to the tax implications of alimony payments.  Will the changes affect both parties in the divorce equally? The answer is no. For agreements entered prior to January 1, 2019, the old tax rules still apply.  Under the old rules, tax […]

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