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Many businesses and organizations have either not applied for, think they don’t qualify for, or have never heard of the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). The ERC is a COVID-19 related relief program designed to encourage employers to keep employees on payroll throughout and after the pandemi Read More

By: Christopher Gagliardi Two of the most significant changes to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) have recently unfolded, including Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 606 – Revenue Recognition, which many businesses are still adjusting to, and ASC 842 – Leases. Al Read More

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly all businesses in one way or another. One Janover client, a staffing company, took a particularly stiff hit. “They were decimated,” said Janover Partner Anthony Napolitano CPA. “They’re still working through losses, but thankfully they qualifi Read More

While New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed The Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act into law March 31, 2021, to legalize the production, distribution, and adult use of marijuana in New York State, there are still more questions than answers at this point about what it means for businesses alrea Read More

By: Jason Hoffman Small residential landlords now may be eligible for new COVID-19 financial relief with the New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF). The program aims to support some of the hardest-hit small businesses throughout the state as they continue to reopen from COVID-19 required closures Read More

We are surely in unprecedented, uncertain times. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every industry on the planet, including the real estate industry. Janover’s Real Estate team  has compiled our thoughts on the outlook of the market and key ideas you should be thinking about. Cl Read More

The characterization of a real estate entity’s activities as a business or an investment makes a big difference to the bottom line when it comes to taxation. In Conner v. Commissioner, a developer whose plans were derailed by the Great Recession recently learned this lesson the hard way. Bu 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

You certainly couldn’t be blamed if you thought a dentist wouldn’t qualify as a “real estate professional” allowed to deduct rental real estate losses — after all, the IRS thought the same thing. You’d be wrong, though. The U.S. Tax Court found that a dentist who also operated a r Read More

Last week, the IRS issued a safe harbor that allows a taxpayer to treat a rental real estate enterprise as a trade or business solely for purposes of Section 199A, or the 20% deduction. To qualify as a trade or business under this safe harbor, the rental real estate enterprise must satisfy th Read More