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Category: Tax planning and law changes

In response to last year’s U. S. Supreme Court decision, South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., which ruled that states can impose sales tax collection responsibilities on businesses even if they don’t have a physical presence in their state, many states have amended their laws and issued guidanc Read More

Both the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and Congress’s massive new spending package received widespread media coverage, but a couple of provisions that incentivize investments in low income housing have largely gone under the radar. One provision in the tax law offers significant tax breaks f Read More

New for 2019: Senior Citizens Must Enroll in Income Verification Program for Property Tax Break Changes Ease Ability to Claim the Enhanced STAR Exemption The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance today reminded property owners age 65 and over who are applying or reapplying to rece Read More

Effective January 1, 2019, there have been several increases to minimum wages.  It’s important that you are paying your employees the correct rates.  Please contact your Janover advisor if you have questions. * * * As a result of the federal minimum wage remaining stagnant since 2009 Read More

Prior to year‐end is an optimal time to review records and business/investment activities not only to ascertain tax liabilities for the year but, more importantly, to determine whether there are any strategies that can be put into effect prior to year‐end to reduce the annual tax bill. Th Read More

Jay Freeberg, a partner at Janover LLC, is quoted in the article, “Traditional Pensions May Help Businesses Qualify For Pass-Through Deduction.”  Click here to read the article. Read More

If your business prepares financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, then please be advised that a significant change will take effect next year which determines when and how you recognize revenue. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), which i Read More

On Thursday, June 21st in a 5-4 split decision with Chief Justice Roberts writing the dissent, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can impose sales tax on internet purchases even where the retailer has no physical presence in the state.  In doing so, the Court overturned over 50 years o Read More

Effective immediately, the legislation expands protections against sexual harassment under the NYS Human Rights law to non-employees including independent contractors and subcontractors. Effective July 11, 2018, prohibitions on the use of nondisclosure clauses in settlements or agreements rel Read More

On April 17th, the official “Tax Day” of 2018, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into legislation New York’s response to the 2017 Tax Act provisions.  The constriction of the state and local tax deduction for income and property taxes under the 2017 Tax Act to $10,000 has adversely impacted Read More

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