Spotlighting Fothergill Segale & Valley, CPAs

Spotlighting Fothergill Segale & Valley, CPAs

This month, we are spotlighting Fothergill Segale & Valley, CPAs.

FSV began in the early 1970s and moved to its current location of 143 Barre Street, Montpelier Vermont in 1985. FSV offers tax preparation and planning, accounting services, and auditing services. Today the firm employs 17 staff which work with a variety of clients ranging from municipalities, individuals, small businesses, and nonprofits.
 
FSV provides a challenging team atmosphere for our professional and support staff that encourages productivity, personal advancement, use of technology, critical thinking, learning, and having fun at our jobs. The longevity of the firm is due to its commitment to building client relationships and high standards of quality. An interesting piece of firm history is that the tree outside of our Victorian building is one of the largest Gingko trees in Vermont.

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Impact of “Build Back Better Act” on Restaurants

Impact of "Build Back Better Act" on Restaurants

The $3.5 trillion “Build Back Better Act” makes important investments in things that will benefit our country and the restaurant industry. But the bill does not replenish the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF), and it raises taxes on small businesses at a time when the restaurant industry truly cannot bear more financial strain. Watch the NRA’s 5-minute explainer video to learn how the tax changes would affect your bottom line.

To compound this, a new NRA survey of the state of the industry highlights the outlook that a recovery from the pandemic could be prolonged well into 2022. The NRA released a letter to congressional leaders sharing the survey and their strong objections to the Build Back Better Act as written. 

Congress must hear from restaurants to ensure RRF receives more funding. Reach out directly to Senator Patrick Leahy and Senator Bernie Sanders and tell your story, or use this form to send a note to Vermont’s Congressional Delegation. Additionally, you can help bolster Vermont Independent Restaurants’ (VTIR) advocacy for the replenishment of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund by signing this petition.

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