May 8, 2019
Moore Colson, a nationally-recognized and award-winning CPA, advisory and consulting firm, has been ranked as a Top 20 Accounting Firm in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2019 Book of Lists. Accounting firms are ranked by number of professionals in Atlanta, Georgia, and Moore Colson ranked number 16 on Atlanta’s Top 25 Accounting Firms list.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle Book of Lists is published annually and provides a list of top companies in their fields, by ranking. Since the 2019 Book of Lists has been published, Moore Colson has grown from a total staff of 114 to over 143 employees. In February 2019, following the publication of the 2019 Book of Lists, the Atlanta Business Chronicle released the latest data on accounting firms which also lists Moore Colson as number seven on the Top 10 Fastest-growing Accounting Firms by Revenue list (available here to subscribers) and number six on the Top 10 Fastest-growing Accounting Firms by Professionals list (available here to subscribers). The firm has ranked as a top 25 accounting firm in Atlanta since 2002.
“We have a very talented and committed group of partners and staff all pulling the cart in the same direction in addition to a highly consultative focus that deeply enhances our client relationships,” says Bert Mills, managing partner of Moore Colson. “This approach has allowed us to grow, and we are excited to be continually recognized as a leader in the accounting profession.”
About Moore Colson CPAs and Advisors
Moore Colson is the business advisor of choice for any company seeking thoughtful financial and strategic guidance. That’s why since 1981, family-owned businesses and Fortune 500 corporations alike have trusted us with their accounting and consulting needs. And unlike most firms, we use a true partnership model, which means every client has access to our entire team of experts. A nationally-recognized firm, Atlanta-based Moore Colson has the experience and personal touch to shape your future and help your company grow. Learn more at MooreColson.com.
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Georgia State and Local Tax Alert | Mandatory Electronic Filing for ‘Series 100’ Tax Credits and New Tax Procedures for Purchasing Seized Assets
- The Georgia Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers about the mandatory electronic filing required for certain income tax or withholding tax returns in which “series 100” tax credits are generated, allocated or claimed. The income tax returns affected include individual (Forms 500 and 500X), fiduciary (Form 501), corporate (Forms 600 and 600S), and partnership (Form 700) returns. Those who don’t adhere to the regulation run the risk of the return not being processed, because it’s considered to have not been filed, and may also result in the imposition of a penalty and interest. For more information: https://bit.ly/2X0xfoy
- The Georgia Department of Revenue has adopted procedures for conducting judicial sales on the department’s seizure of personal property when taxes aren’t fully paid by a delinquent taxpayer. Payment in full is now required at the time of acceptance of the bid and must be in guaranteed funds, such as cash, certified check, bank check, or money order. No third-party instruments will be accepted. If the property for sale is a motor vehicle, the department will turn over the existing title or certificate upon receipt of payment. Buyers may be subject to the payment of state and local sales tax collected at the point of payment. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2X9OpFe