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Executors and Trustees: Distribute by March 5, 2015 to reduce high estate & trust income taxes

January 27th, 2015

Distributions made by March 5, 2015 are a way to significantly lower the 2014 income tax for trusts and estates even though it will increase the individuals personal income tax. Deadline is March 5, 2015 to make that special election for 2014.

Hit by the NJ Exit Tax on Sale of Real Estate? You Can Recoup Your Money

January 22nd, 2015

Hit by NJ Exit Tax? Non-residents can recoup the withholding.

New NJ Program Offers Siestas instead of Layoffs

December 13th, 2014

NJ is offering a new Program, Shared Work Plan, which pays partial unemployment while employees are still employed and work less hours. This enables NJ employers to maintain their workforce during a slow-down in activity.

Free Linked IN Seminar- Set Up Your Company Page!

October 23rd, 2014

Linked IN Seminar – Set up your Company Page

Resolve Your NJ Tax Debt, No Penalties!

September 29th, 2014

Resolve your NJ Tax Debts- without penalties. Businesses and individuals may pay their outstanding tax liabilities to NJ by Nov. 17, 2014 and avoid penalties

NJ Alimony Reform Bill Signed Into Law by Governor Christie

September 22nd, 2014

NJ Alimony Reform provides relief to payers of alimony. Alimony may be modified if payer is unemployed.

Free Seminar: Learn What Harms and Helps your Credit Score

September 19th, 2014

Free seminar on how to improve your credit score at Urbach & Avraham. Tuesday 8:15 AM, September 30th. Learn what harms and helps your credit.

NJ Employers-Reduce Your Unemployment Tax Rates-August Deadline

July 29th, 2014

NJ Employers can Reduce their NJ Unemployment Rates by making a Voluntary Payment- the Deadline is August 19, 2014

Unreported Assets Overseas? The Clock is Ticking

May 29th, 2014

Owners of foreign bank accounts have until June 30, 2014 to file IRS Form 114- Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR). Even if the bank account doesn’t generate income, just owning it or having signature authority requires you to file the FBAR.

Avoid NJ DOL Audits- S-Corp Owners Should Take Reasonable Compensation

January 8th, 2014

In an S-Corporation, a popular choice of tax entity among businesses, an owner who works for the company is required to take wages. How much of the company’s income is classified as wages versus S Corp. income (reported to the owner on Form K-1) is up to the owner. The net income will be taxed regardless of how it’s classified. The big difference lies in federal employment taxes, which are not paid on K-1 income.

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