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On Thursday, November 3rd the House Ways and Means Committee released its long-awaited tax proposal which would make significant changes to the existing tax rules for businesses and individuals. Presented below is our analysis of some of the more significant tax provisions.  It is very impo Read More

Equifax Data Breach

We’re sure many of you are aware, one of the 3 major credit bureaus, Equifax, announced it suffered one of the most significant data breaches in the history of our country. Approximately 143 million Americans are affected and information such as Social Security numbers, driver’s Read More

New York State has recently passed a law that you should know about.   It creates for employees who work in New York time off for certain qualified family leave with benefits, which can be paid for by a new insurance policy.  The cost of the policy is borne by employees through withholding Read More

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance is sharing this important message from the Department of Labor. New York State’s minimum wage increased on December 31, 2016 as the first step in the statewide $15 minimum wage plan enacted as part of the 2016-17 State Budget. Across the Read More

The requirement to file a Form 1099 Misc for specified payments goes all the way back to 1917. Presently, this Form must be filed for rents paid, nonemployee services received as well as payments to an attorney, accountant, or other service provider. The IRS is stepping up enforcement by way Read More

Scammers Manipulate Caller ID Systems to Pose as NYS Tax Department Representatives Con artists trick New Yorkers by placing Tax Department numbers in caller ID systems. The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance today alerted taxpayers to the latest tactics being used by con artis Read More

Janover partner Arthur Radin pens article for the June 2016 issue of the CPA Journal Sustainability Assurance Reporting A Nascent Niche, Likely to Grow Arthur J. Radin, CPA The use of sustainability reports for public and private companies has blossomed in the last few years. Reports run from Read More

Last month, the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 became a law on December 18, 2015.  The law provides a (i) permanent extension of various tax provisions, including the research tax credit, enhanced Sec 179 expensing, and the American Opportunity Tax Credit, (ii) five-year ext Read More

The tax deal signed December 18, 2015 makes many breaks permanent, moving beyond the usual year-end extender package.  The lapsed provisions not only are revived for 2015, but many of them are also enhanced for future years.  There are permanent breaks for individuals, such as the tax free Read More

Janover LLC is proud to support Mel Kendrick and his art work – “Mel’s works must be seen in person to appreciate the evolution of his art. The Chelsea gallery area, the Highline, and Hudson River Park are an added treat, particularly around sundown” said H. Steve White, P Read More