B.A. Harris Blog

Welcoming You to Our Newly Expanded Office Suite: Renovations Complete!

Dear Valued Clients and Partners, We are thrilled to announce that our office suite expansion and renovations have come to a successful conclusion! After months of hard work and dedication, we are excited to open our doors and invite you to experience our enhanced workspace. The decision to expand and renovate our office suite was driven by our commitment to providing you, our valued clients and partners, with the best possible service.


We’re Expanding!

Dear Valued Clients, We are very excited to share that we are expanding our office space! Our current office suite was completed in 2019 and we have outgrown it. The expansion project will combine the adjacent vacant suite to our existing space, allowing us to continue to support our growing staff and clients! This expansion requires some remodeling of our current suite. For the safety of our staff and clients, we will be closing our physical office on May 17th, 2023.


BA Harris named Best Accounting Firm in the IBR's 2023 Reader Rankings

We are very excited to announce we were named the Best Accounting Firm in the Idaho Business Review’s 2023 Reader Rankings! We appreciate every one of you who took the time to vote for us. We are committed to continue providing our clients with outstanding service. Congratulations to our team and the work they put in every day to make our firm what it is. We are very proud of this accomplishment.


Corporate Transparency Act: New Federal Law to Require Information Reporting for Most Small and Medium Size Businesses

There is a new law out, not yet brought to the public’s widespread attention, that will impact most businesses. The implementation rules are still being developed and we’ll keep you up to date as the forms are published. We expect for the law to become effective in 2022 and recommend that companies start gathering the data now to timely report when this happens. Here is what we know so far.


Idaho Employers Can Receive Tax Credit for Contributions to Their Employees' 529 Plans

For parents, saving for a child's education is often a major priority and many choose to save for the future costs of education through tax-advantaged 529 plans. And as the cost of higher education rises, employers looking to attract and retain a talented workforce might consider offering contributions to their employees' 529 plans as an employment benefit. Not only can they help employees reach their education savings goals, but employers are also eligible for a 20 percent annual tax credit of up to $500 per employee when they contribute directly to an employee's Idaho College Savings Program account.


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