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Indianapolis, IN, United States, 2007/10/04 - Hull & Knarr, the Greenwood-based specialty tax analysis firm, launched its redesigned Website this week - HullandKnarr.com.
Designed by Fishers Web design and development firm Exceedion LLC, the redesigned site includes interactive Flash development, ASP programming, an e-newsletter sign-up, résumé upload utility and a dynamic news module.
“We are extremely excited to have a Web site that projects the image and confidence that our bright and dedicated Hull & Knarr team shows its clients every day,” said T.J. Sponsel, director. “And with an impressive, well-programmed engine powering the site behind the scenes, Exceedion has given us the ability to truly interact with Hull & Knarr’s clients and potential clients.”
Established in 2001, Hull & Knarr is a consortium of specialists from the CPA, engineering and business consultancy disciplines. These specialists are able to provide premium specialty services to companies that require a profound knowledge of tax services including the Federal Research and Experimentation Tax Credit and fixed asset analysis. Hull & Knarr has worked with a wide range of clients, from private taxpayers to billion-dollar, publicly traded companies throughout the nation.
David M. Hull, CPA, is a founding partner of Hull & Knarr and leads the company’s research and experimentation practice area. Hull has provided strategic council to hundreds of companies to help them maximize the research and experimentation tax credit.
Companies benefiting from Hull’s expertise and experience include those in high growth and advanced technology fields such as robotics, aeronautics, government-funded entities and Fortune 500 companies. Hull maintains a relationship with the Internal Revenue Service and its Research & Experimentation Services field office in order to stay current on the latest directives and key tax issues for Hull & Knarr clients.
The graduate of Indiana University is a key resource and frequent national speaker on the topic of tax credits for trade and professional organizations. Hull resides in Columbus, Ind. with his wife Karen and four daughters.