Website Copyright Information and Policies

Introduction

These terms of use govern visitor use of the website; by using the website, users agree to these terms of use in full. If you disagree with these usage terms in any part, you must not use this website.

Copyright

Unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights of this website and material on the website are copyrighted property of Bennett and Company CPAs © 2020. All materials and information including but not limited to, text, images, software, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, forms, and all content is copyrighted by Bennett and Company CPAs and may not be used or reproduced without explicit written permission from the copyright owner.

Text, Design, Images, and Artwork Cannot Be Reproduced

The complete design of this website, including the combination of text, images, software, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, forms, and all content, is © Logic Media, Inc., and licensed to Bennett and Company CPAs. It cannot be used or reproduced without explicit written permission from the copyright owner.

Website Design and Development

Aspects of the website design, including web development, software development, company branding, digital marketing, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, blog interfaces, and online photo galleries are performed by Louisville, Kentucky Web Design Company, Logic Media, Inc. Logic Media reserves the right to include this website design on their Web Design Portfolio.

Website Services

All web hosting, programming, software development and domain registration services are handled by Logic Media Inc. and the company’s affiliate partners.

Any questions or inquiries regarding design, development, content or hosting of the website should be directed to Logic Media, Inc. at info@logicmediaweb.com or though the company’s website www.logicmediaweb.com.

Information Corner

Tax Information Corner

2010 Estate Tax Provisions

New estate taxes under the Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 increases the amount that can be left to a Non-Spousal U.S. Citizen and decreases the tax rate of estates with over $5 million of assets.

Latest Blog Article

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Ten Common Tax Mistakes »

Ten Commonly Made Tax Mistakes While most of these mistakes won’t land you in a jail cell next to Bernie Madoff they can cost you time and money. 1. Not changing your name with the Social Security Administration after you marry or...

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