Windham Brannon adds a business valuation services division; Marks Paneth creates a technology and digital services group; and more CPA news.
Windham Brannon, Atlanta, announced a dedicated services division for its business valuation offering, formalizing the business valuation advisory services it has been offering for years. The practice offers management planning, estate planning, litigation support, financial reporting and transaction analysis.
Crowe, Chicago, was named to the Fortune 75 Best Large Workplaces for Women list, based on feedback from more than 4.6 million people at Great Place to Work-Certified organizations.
Dean Dorton, Lexington, launched an internal women’s initiative committee. (Read the full story.)
HLB MAAT Asesores, Mexico City, joined global accountancy and accounting network HLB.
UHY announced it doubled the size of its Ann Arbor office, located on E. Eisenhower Parkway, which was first opened in 2017.
GW Carter, Edina, was accepted as a member firm of BKR International.
The New Jersey Society of CPAs, Roseland, launched its 10th annual food drive Sept. 16 benefiting the Community FoodBank of New Jersey and running until Nov. 15. The food drive is hosted by the NJCPA Emerging Leaders Council, which has a goal of meeting or exceeding 3,000 pounds of nonperishable food items and canned goods each year. Food donations can be dropped off at NJCPA headquarters at 105 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 300, Roseland, or at any of the locations listed on the NJCPA website.
Marks Paneth, New York, added a new technology and digital services group to its advisory practice areas, and appointed Dean Nelson to the newly created role of principal-in-charge to lead the practice.
Jeffrey Henry and Nyman Libson Paul, both based in London, joined Morison KSi as member firms of the global association.
The Virginia Society of CPAs, Richmond, announced that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed a proclamation recognizing Sept. 15-22, 2019, as Virginia CPA Week due to the VSCPA’s efforts.
McDermott Will & Emery is hosting a “Tax in the City” Women’s Roundtable event in Seattle on Oct. 24. The event is a forum for women tax professionals to discuss technical state, federal, and international tax issues in a collegial and confidential setting. More information is available here.
The Internal Revenue Service released final regulations Monday to offer guidance on deductions for estates and non-grantor trusts, clarifying that certain deductions aren’t to be considered miscellaneous itemized deductions.
The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department issued the last set of final regulations to implement the 100 percent additional first-year depreciation deduction from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.