About Brett Davidson

Brett is a Senior Tax Manager on our GBM tax team. He works closely with clients to provide tax planning strategies and compliance assistance throughout the year. Brett handles the firm’s construction accounting and is a great asset to our Greensboro office.

Mandatory Capitalization of Research and Experimentation Expenditures

Research and experimentation, also known as R&E, is an essential component of operations for businesses across a variety of sectors. Significant developments to the tax treatment of R&E costs will take effect for the 2022 tax year. Read this article to find out more.

By |2023-02-09T18:30:37-05:00February 9th, 2023|Articles, Business Taxation|0 Comments

Tips for Preparing Business Personal Property Tax Listings

Click above for some tips on preparing a complete and accurate business personal property tax listing for the county in North Carolina in which the property is located.

NC Pass-through Entity Tax Election (NC PTET Election)

North Carolina Pass-through Entity Tax: As the end of 2022 is within sight, pass-through entities need to consider whether any action is required by year-end. Click above to learn more.

By |2022-12-12T11:22:10-05:00December 12th, 2022|Articles, Business Taxation, Individual Taxation|0 Comments

IRS Announces Standard Mileage Rate Increase Beginning July 1, 2022

Due to the recent surge in gasoline prices, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has revised the optional standard mileage rate, increasing it by 4 cents for the remainder of 2022. Click above to learn more.

Qualified Plug-In Electric Motor Vehicle Credit

Investing in an electric vehicle can be an effective way to reduce the environmental impact of gasoline emissions and cope with rising gas prices. IRC §30D provides a credit for qualified plug-in electric motor vehicles. Click above to learn more.

The Current Operations Appropriations Act of 2021

On November 18, 2021, North Carolina State Governor, Roy Cooper, signed the Current Operations Appropriations Act of 2021 (the Act). Click to learn more.

Go to Top