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Alabama Audit, Tax and Consulting
More than 20 years in Alabama
RSM welcomed Sellers Richardson Holman & West to its family in May 2015, establishing our first Alabama presence, though we’ve been serving middle market companies in the state for many years. Sellers Richardson Holman & West spent more than 20 years building its reputation as the best locally owned public accounting firm in Birmingham. Together, we share a focus on middle market companies and a commitment to building enduring, trusted relationships with clients.
Commitment to client service
As the third-largest public accounting firm in Birmingham, our office includes 15 partners and more than 100 client service professionals. We are deeply involved with our clients through a proactive, hands-on approach to delivering high-quality service. Our experience and services encompass a range of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, food and beverage, construction, real estate, business and professional services, timberland investment and nonprofits.
Commitment to the community
We strongly believe in giving back to the community in which we live and work and encourage our professionals to get involved through leadership, financial support and volunteer opportunities. Some of the organizations we support include The Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Boy Scouts of America, The American Heart Association, The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, The United Way and the YWCA.
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A summary of important updates for determining deferred tax provision under ASC 740 for the quarter ending March 31, 2021.
The legislation significantly changes the corporate tax system and exempts certain COVID-19 relief from taxation.
Modernization addresses Alabama’s Opportunity Fund, Jobs Act Credit, federal opportunity zones and other incentive provisions.
Alabama makes significant reforms to the Financial Institution Excise Tax by establishing estimated payments and redefining net income.
The IRS announced tax relief, including extended deadlines, to Lee County, Alabama, which was impacted by recent storms.
Alabama’s tax amnesty program will apply to most taxes, provide penalty and interest waiver, and run for three months beginning in July.
Tax Tribunal affirms on rehearing that the rule calculating the taxes paid to other states credit was contrary to the authorizing statute.
Alabama’s economic sales and use tax nexus regulation providing substantial nexus to remote retailers receives its first challenge.
Alabama court rules photography services are not subject to sales tax because the transfer of the photographs was incidental to the service.
Alabama Department of Revenue launches dedicated website for upcoming 2016 amnesty program and provides guidance regarding amnesty terms.