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Growing in Virginia

We established our name in Virginia in 2000 by merging two prestigious practices: Keller Bruner & Company, LLP and C.W. Amos & Company, LLC. Keller Bruner & Company, LLP, as it was most recently known, was formed in 1992. Created in 1921, C.W. Amos & Company, LLC, has been serving clients in the Baltimore area for 80 years. In November of 2002, we added to our strength of resources and tripled the size of our Richmond office by merging with Cheely, Burcham, Eddins, Rokenbrod & Carroll. The firm was formed in the early 90s, and is established in the Richmond market. The addition of a strengthened Richmond presence, along with the Alexandria and Maryland locations, makes RSM a predominant provider of business consulting, tax, audit and attest services to midsized organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Virginia Insights

Virginia issues tax amnesty program guidance

Department of Taxation provides details on amnesty-eligible taxes, periods and disqualifications; explains payment procedures.

Virginia enacts law targeting inventory stored by remote sellers

Remote sellers owning inventory held by Virginia fulfillment service providers now deemed to have sufficient activity for sales tax nexus.

Virginia enacts tax amnesty program for fiscal year 2017-18

Eligible taxpayers receive generous benefits including complete waiver of penalties and 50 percent waiver of interest.

Virginia RD tax credit due date extended and major RD form added

Taxpayer favorable changes to the Virginia R&D Tax Credit were recently passed that provide additional benefit to Virginia taxpayers.

Virginia research and development tax credit improved by new legislation

Recent Virginia legislation extends the state R&D tax credit through tax year 2021, and makes several other significant improvements to the program.

Virginia extends green jobs creation tax credit

Virginia enacts legislation to extend the state’s green jobs creation tax credit through Dec. 31, 2017.

Virginia enacts intangible addback exception limitations

New legislation modifies the subject to tax and unrelated third-party revenues exceptions to Virginia’s intangible expense addback provisions.

2013 Virginia research and development tax credit claims due April 1

Virginia strictly enforces the deadline for its research and development tax credit program, intended to reward companies for pursuing such activities.

Virginia Office Locations

McLean

1861 International Drive
Suite 400
McLean, VA 22102
703.336.6400

Dara Castle, Market Managing Partner


Richmond

919 East Main Street
Suite 1800
Richmond , VA 23219
804.282.2121

Dara Castle, Market Managing Partner


Virginia Events

IN-PERSON EVENT

7th Annual Washington Metro Clients, Alumni and Friends CPE event

Register now for RSM’s Seventh Annual Washington Metro Clients, Alumni and Friends CPE event on Thursday, Nov. 2 at Westwood Country Club.

  • November 02, 2017