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WHT places over $4.6M in 2014 film credits this year
WHT is a supporting sponsor for this year's Rockdale Nonprofit Resource Summit.
WHT Partner, Patty Whaley, appointed to serve on the Board of Trustees for the Clayton State University Foundation. "I am proud of my degree from Clayton State." says Patty. She has worked with several local non-profit organizations for many years. Patty added, "Serving on the boards that I do means a chance to help a struggling child who may be in need, or provide an opportunity for a teen to return to school or college."
WHT takes sixth place in this year's s Georgia Accounting Food Fight, sponsored by the Georgia Society of CPAs. Our firm raised nearly 200 pounds of food and over $750 for the fight for hunger! Way to go!
WHT kicks off Workshop Series for Non-Profit Organizations
WHT teams up with Belk for a Dress for Success Fashion Show
WHT, From Words to Action Outreach Ministries, Inc. and Push the Kradle, Inc. raise school supplies for Henry and Clayton County students
The professionals at Whaley Hammonds Tomasello, P.C. knows your business can be unpredictable. We can help you stay competitive and profitable in cyclical environments.
We know the tax laws specific to your business. We can also answer your questions about tip reporting, fraud prevention and internal controls, sales tax audits, and much more.
We are uniquely qualified to help your restaurant or franchise improve its bottom line.
The professionals at Whaley Hammonds Tomasello, P.C. understand that film and entertainment is an exciting industry with not-so-exciting regulations.
In film and entertainment, there are certain tax incentives that are not only unique to the industry, but are also proving to be increasingly beneficial and lucrative. These incentives principally come in the form of state film tax credit, and can provide significant tax savings for entertainment companies and their investors.