Service

While service businesses vary greatly in both size and category, our dedicated team of experts has significant experience in all facets of the service industry.

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Andy Starnes
Partner
Andy StarnesPartner
Elizabeth S. Miller
Partner
Elizabeth S. MillerPartner

Since our inception in 1981, Moore Colson has continued to provide expertise to the service industry in Georgia and throughout the southeast. While service businesses vary greatly in both size and category, Moore Colson’s dedicated team of experts has significant experience in all facets of the service industry. We build long-term relationships with our clients to better understand their specific business needs and goals. As a result, we are able to provide timely and effective solutions for the problems facing businesses in the service industry today. Additionally, Moore Colson’s client service, coupled with the depth and breadth of our service offering, allows us to better assist our clients throughout all stages of business growth.

 

Assurance and Risk Management Services

We help minimize your risk and provide assurance by assisting companies with:

  • Internal audit services
  • Audit, review and compilation engagements
  • Cash flow modeling and assessment
  • Internal audit services
  • Internal control design, documentation and testing
  • Employee benefit plan audits
  • IT controls, risk assessment, remediation, and testing

Tax Services

We create value by addressing complex issues and time-sensitive projects, including:

  • Federal and state income tax compliance
  • Choice of entity and multi-entity planning strategies
  • Tax method of accounting strategies
  • Executive compensation planning
  • Corporate and individual tax planning and projections
  • Succession planning, estate and financial planning
  • Merger and acquisition tax structuring, transaction strategies, and transition consulting
  • Tax credit procurement

Financial Reporting and Consulting

We guide our clients through the taxation issues of special importance to manufacturing companies, including:

  • Accounting and technical advisory services
  • Monthly/Quarterly corporate accounting services
  • M&A transaction services – due diligence consulting (buy and sell side)

Georgia State and Local Tax Alert – Tax Exemption for Nonprofit Volunteer Health Clinics and Centers and Decreased State and Local Title Ad Valorem Tax

  • The Georgia Department of Revenue has announced that, with the extension of the sales and use tax exemption for nonprofit volunteer health clinics and nonprofit health centers to June 30, 2024, taxpayers holding a 2019 letter of authorization (LOA) for a nonprofit health clinic or center will automatically receive a revised LOA with April 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020, effective dates. Prior to the extension of the exemption’s sunset date, the 2019 LOAs were valid only from April 1, 2019, through June 30, 2019.
  • Georgia state law decreases the rate of the combined state and local title ad valorem tax (TAVT) from 7% to 6.6% of the fair market value (FMV) of a motor vehicle starting January 1, 2020, and extending through June 30, 2023. The bill also provides that 1963 through 1989 model year vehicles are subject to a TAVT of 0.5% state and 0.5% local tax. The bill also revises the TAVT’s definition of FMV of a motor vehicle.

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Georgia State and Local Tax Alert – Tax Exemption for Nonprofit Volunteer Health Clinics and Centers and Decreased State and Local Title Ad Valorem Tax

  • The Georgia Department of Revenue has announced that, with the extension of the sales and use tax exemption for nonprofit volunteer health clinics and nonprofit health centers to June 30, 2024, taxpayers holding a 2019 letter of authorization (LOA) for a nonprofit health clinic or center will automatically receive a revised LOA with April 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020, effective dates. Prior to the extension of the exemption’s sunset date, the 2019 LOAs were valid only from April 1, 2019, through June 30, 2019.
  • Georgia state law decreases the rate of the combined state and local title ad valorem tax (TAVT) from 7% to 6.6% of the fair market value (FMV) of a motor vehicle starting January 1, 2020, and extending through June 30, 2023. The bill also provides that 1963 through 1989 model year vehicles are subject to a TAVT of 0.5% state and 0.5% local tax. The bill also revises the TAVT’s definition of FMV of a motor vehicle.

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