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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

“SALT”

To Clients and Friends: As we are sure you are aware, New York is one of several states that are looking at ways to mitigate the effects of the limitation on deducting state and local taxes (“SALT”) imposed by the new Federal tax law.   Specifically, the Federal tax now places a cap of Read More

On December 22 NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order to allow property owners to pre-pay all or part of their 2018 real estate taxes.  The official explanation can be found on the NYS website.  https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-cuomo-takes-emergency-executive-action-de Read More

Highlights of the Tax Reform Bill: On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed one of the most sweeping tax reform bills in thirty years. Following are some of the more salient provisions, most of which are effective beginning January 1, 2018. I. Individual Taxes: 1. Brackets and Rates: Inco Read More

The tax proposals between the House and Senate have a number of similarities but also some very significant differences.  While the House has passed its Proposal, it is more likely that tax reform will pass if the House adopts the Senate version.  Following is a summary of some of the more Read More

Spotlight on Ken Rick

Ken Rick, a Partner at Janover, was recently featured in the NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter Newsletter. NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter – November 2017 edition 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