Free Tax Reform Seminar in Nashville

Free Tax Reform Seminar in Nashville

If you’re in the Nashville area, we’d like to invite you to join us at an informational meeting sponsored by First Tennessee Bank featuring the CPAs from Uselton Clay & Bright to review the changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The event will be held at the CMA event space in the SESAC Building at 35 Music Square East in Nashville. The event is free, but space is limited. To reserve your spot, fill out the...

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Congratulations Suzie Jones Clay, on 25 Years!

Congratulations Suzie Jones Clay, on 25 Years!

Congratulations were in order recently when the entire Uselton Clay & Bright firm gathered to recognize Suzie Jones Clay’s 25th Anniversary with the firm. She and Keith Uselton first started working together 25 years ago, when Suzie interviewed with and secured a position on the front desk, doing some returns and bookkeeping while still in the process of earning her accounting degree. Fast forward to today, and Suzie has not only earned...

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UCB Places in the Top 20% as a TSCPA Full Membership Firm

UCB Places in the Top 20% as a TSCPA Full Membership Firm

The Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA) has been the professional organization serving the industry for over 100 years. Recently, Uselton Clay & Bright was recognized as a “Full Membership Firm”, meaning all the qualifying CPAs in the firm are members of the Society. That places us in the top 20% of the 750 firms that count themselves as members of the TSCPA. TSCPA provides service, support and advocacy for Certified...

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Suzie Jones Clay and Chris Grayson Attend Prestigious SYNERGY Conference

Suzie Jones Clay and Chris Grayson Attend Prestigious SYNERGY Conference

Uselton Clay & Bright partner Suzie Jones Clay and CPA Chris Grayson attended Thomson Reuters SYNERGY Conference last week at the Gaylord Conference Center in Nashville. SYNERGY is the longest running professional conference of its kind in the industry, having been a growing annual event for professional learning since 1981. There’s the home-town advantage of high-touch/high-service delivery from people who know you that has always been a...

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How not to be hurt when you give to the hurting

How not to be hurt when you give to the hurting

News headlines recently have chronicled one disaster after another, both natural and man-made. The images coming in from Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and Las Vegas are heartrending. Locally, many are still reeling from the Gatlinburg fires. So many stories of human tragedy and need move many to reach for their wallets in an effort to ease the suffering. If you’re one of those generous Americans, God bless you. But before you give, there are a...

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What you need to know now about tax code legislation

What you need to know now about tax code legislation

The big news yesterday was that President Trump finally unveiled the new plan for tax reform legislation. Upon inspection, it’s more of an outline or idea than a firm plan, so don’t take too many of the promises and headlines about the contents too seriously just yet. For example, the proposed standard deduction for married individuals filing jointly would jump from $12,700 to $24,000, which sounds great. But the personal exemption for...

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