Employee Retention Tax Credit: Understanding and Making The Most of It
Feb 09,2021
The Employee Retention Credit (ERC), which was introduced by the CARES Act in March 2020, was modified by the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. This modification has expanded certain tax benefits for businesses. In this webinar, two of Smith & Howard’s tax experts discuss the changes to the ERC and explain why it is so important for businesses to review their ERC eligibility. Among the items covered are how businesses can qualify for the ERC, how to calculate and claim the tax credit, and what impact a Paycheck Protection Program loan can have on a business claiming the ERC. If you have any questions after viewing this recording, or if you need help, please use the contact information that appears at the end or fill in the form below. Disclaimer - Information presented on this recording was current through 2/18/2021 and is subject to change.
Post-Election Economic Outlook by Roger Tutterow
Oct 08,2020
Post-Election Economic Overview by Roger C. Tutterow Smith & Howard is pleased to announce that prominent economist Roger C. Tutterow will present in a webinar after the election to give us an overview of the current economy and his thoughts on the future based on election results. This is the sixth consecutive year that Dr. Tutterow will provide our clients and friends with an economic update. Previous attendees have said Dr. Tutterow "Is a great speaker with an interesting perspective on the immediate future, along with the ability to put things in context," is "Very engaging and keeps your attention" and "Can even make economics appealing." Who: Roger C. Tutterow, Ph.D., Economist and Director of the Economic Center at Kennesaw State University When: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Where: Zoom (Information will be provided upon registration) Other: CPE will not be offered. The event will not...
Moving Forward Together: Fundraising In A Changed Environment
Oct 07,2020
Fundraising in a Changed Environment. Has the economic uncertainty caused by the pandemic derailed your fundraising efforts? With year-end giving upon us, it is more important than ever for nonprofits to have an effective fundraising strategy. Along with Coxe Curry & Associates, Smith & Howard invites you to a timely webinar addressing fundraising efforts in a changed environment. Topics will include: Fundraising trends in today's market Strategizing for cash flow and budget management Understanding diverse and predictable revenue streams available Join us via Zoom on October 28, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. to hear from a panel of industry leaders. Following the panel discussion, we will include time for Q&A and breakout sessions. The panel features: David Eidson, President & CEO, Coxe Curry & Associates Kimberly Bland, Partner, Smith & Howard Madelyn Adams, Director of Community Health, Kaiser Permanente Click Here To Register.
Smith & Howard’s Vision 2019 Draws Over 250 Leaders to Cobb Energy Centre
Nov 26,2019
Atlanta (Nov. 7, 2019) — With an eye toward 2020, nationally-recognized Atlanta accounting and advisory firm Smith & Howard welcomed more than 250 business owners, CEOs, CFOs, finance professionals and human resource professionals to Vision 2019, its fifth annual invitation-only event. The November 7 event at the Cobb Energy Centre featured Michael Coles, the founder of The Great American Cookie Company and former CEO of Caribou Coffee; Becky Blalock, the Managing Partner of Advisory Capital; Dr. Eloisa Klementich, President and CEO of Invest Atlanta; Virginia Hepner, Corporate Director with Cadence Bank and former CEO of Woodruff Arts Center; Julie Barnes, Director of Marketing for Smith & Howard; Glen Jackson, Co-Founder of Jackson-Spalding; and Dr. Roger Tutterow, Professor of Economics and Director of the Econometric Center at Kennesaw State University. Tutterow opened the event by focusing on the economy, touching on the expansion, tariffs, the labor market and more. Jackson spoke...
Five Practical Lessons for Business Leadership from Michael Coles
Nov 25,2019
Michael J. Coles is one of Atlanta’s best-known business success stories. The poor kid from Buffalo, New York, who started working at the age of 11 to help support his family while still in school, went on to co-found the $100 million Great American Cookie Company (eventually renamed Great American Cookies), led a turnaround as CEO of Caribou Coffee and endowed a business school at Kennesaw State University. Even with an impressive list of achievements behind him, including world records in transcontinental bicycle races, Coles is far from done. He recently co-authored a book, Time to Get Tough, about his life and business experiences. At Smith & Howard’s Vision 2019 event, he delivered the closing keynote speech and offered 5 common-sense lessons to help business leaders at every stage of their careers. Lesson 1: The difference between success and failure does not lie in your preparation. It lies in how...

Go back to Blog Home