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Much of the Marcum seminar focused on the taxation differences between C‐corps and pass‐through entities, which include partnerships, S‐corporations, limited liability companies and sole proprietorships.

CFO published an article co-written by Advisory Partner Jonathan Marks, about how the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation


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CFO published an article co-written by Advisory Partner Jonathan Marks, about how the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, takes effect on May 25, 2018, and will have major implications for businesses with connections to Europe.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner Don Singleton and Tax Senior Manager Kenneth Padgitt, discussing tools available to construction contractors to help defer income tax liabilities.


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Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner Don Singleton and Tax Senior Manager Kenneth Padgitt, discussing tools available to construction contractors to help defer income tax liabilities.

There are several tools available to construction contractors to defer income tax liabilities. Often, these tools are not being used effectively - or even being taken advantage of at all. The tax code and regulations can be hard to understand.

 
The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Tax Services Director Marla Esan about the impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Bill for nonprofit organizations.


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The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Tax Services Director Marla Esan about the impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Bill for nonprofit organizations.

Like every sector, nonprofits won some and lost some in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act. Here is a brief summary of the provisions impacting the nonprofit world.

 
Long Island Business News quoted Vice Chairman David Bukzin in an article about accounting firm services to public companies.


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Long Island Business News quoted Vice Chairman David Bukzin in an article about accounting firm services to public companies.

Long Island and the nation have fewer public companies than a few years or a decade ago, but some regional accounting firms with operations here as well as national and global firms have been growing their practice serving firms listed on stock exchanges.

 
CNBC quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about adjusting paycheck withholdings to comply with the new tax rates for individuals.


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CNBC quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about adjusting paycheck withholdings to comply with the new tax rates for individuals.

In January, the Treasury Department released its income tax withholding tables, updated to reflect changes stemming from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The new legislation cut individual income taxes, raised the standard deduction and eliminated personal exemptions.

 
CFMA Building Profits published an article from Marcum’s Construction group discussing best practices for managing the contract claim procedure.


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CFMA Building Profits published an article from Marcum’s Construction group discussing best practices for managing the contract claim procedure.

Before pursuing a claim, contractors should seek guidance from experienced construction attorneys, as many factors - from the contract itself, to whether the contract owner is a governmental or private entity, to the laws in the jurisdiction that govern the claim - can vary significantly.

 
Bloomberg News quoted Ed Reitmeyer, Philadelphia partner-in-charge of Tax Services, in an article about tax strategies for owners of pass-through businesses under the new tax law.


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Bloomberg News quoted Ed Reitmeyer, Philadelphia partner-in-charge of Tax Services, in an article about tax strategies for owners of pass-through businesses under the new tax law.

If exploiting a tax loophole is as much an art as a science, then the tax planning profession is poised for a creative renaissance. The inspiration is the tax law signed by President Donald Trump in December. The patrons are affluent Americans who can afford advice from the nation’s more ingenious accountants, tax lawyers and financial advisers.

 
Workandmoney.com interviewed Tax Partner Diane Giordano for an article about what the new tax law means for small businesses.


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Workandmoney.com interviewed Tax Partner Diane Giordano for an article about what the new tax law means for small businesses.

The new tax law became both the beauty and the beast for companies of all sizes across the country when 2018 officially opened for business.

 
Fox Business spoke with Tax Principal Michael D’Addio about the need to adjust paycheck withholdings under the new tax law.


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Fox Business spoke with Tax Principal Michael D’Addio about the need to adjust paycheck withholdings under the new tax law.

As employees begin to receive their updated paychecks based on the new tax code changes, many are seeing incorrect withholding amounts, which could lead to financial trouble down the road, one financial expert warns.

 
Long Island Business News reported on the Marcum tax panel the publication’s editor is co-moderating with Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga.


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Long Island Business News reported on the Marcum tax panel the publication’s editor is co-moderating with Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga.

Long Island Business News Editor Joe Dowd and Marcum Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga are set to moderate a series of panel discussions tonight on the impact of the new federal income tax laws.

 
Bloomberg’s Talking Tax podcast invited Tax Principal Michael D’Addio onto the show for a discussion about whether the new tax law will drive pass-through entities to convert to C-Corporation status.


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Bloomberg’s Talking Tax podcast invited Tax Principal Michael D’Addio onto the show for a discussion about whether the new tax law will drive pass-through entities to convert to C-Corporation status.

The new tax law lowers the corporate tax rate to 21 percent—a change that some lawmakers have suggested could prompt pass-through entities to convert to C corporations.

 
NJBiz featured New Jersey Advisory Partner-in-Charge Ilan Hirschfeld in an article discussing the diversification of accounting firm services.


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NJBiz featured New Jersey Advisory Partner-in-Charge Ilan Hirschfeld in an article discussing the diversification of accounting firm services.

As CPA firms evolved to offer additional services, their marketing had to reflect the expansion, which is why organizations like Marcum refer to themselves as an accounting and advisory firm.

 
Long Island Business News quoted State & Local Tax Leader Paul Graney in an article about options New York State is considering to counter the regional tax impact of the federal Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.


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Long Island Business News quoted State & Local Tax Leader Paul Graney in an article about options New York State is considering to counter the regional tax impact of the federal Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.

Facing new federal rules that limit state and local tax deductions, New York and California are considering options to give their residents a big federal tax cut.

 
CFO.com published an article by Tax Leader Joseph Perry and Tax Principal Michael D’Addio, discussing the pros and cons of  C-corporation v. pass-through entity status under the new tax law.


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CFO.com published an article by Tax Leader Joseph Perry and Tax Principal Michael D’Addio, discussing the pros and cons of C-corporation v. pass-through entity status under the new tax law.

A 21% income tax rate might sound appetizing to some pass‐through entities, but C‐corporation status doesn't suit every organization.

 
Associated Press quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about how small businesses are capitalizing on the new tax law.


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Associated Press quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about how small businesses are capitalizing on the new tax law.

Although there are still many unknowns about the tax law that took effect Jan. 1, some small business owners have already figured out that they stand to gain from some of its changes and are changing their plans to maximize their benefits.

 
TheStreet.com interviewed Retail Group Leader Ron Friedman for a special report on the likelihood of a bankruptcy filing by Sears.


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TheStreet.com interviewed Retail Group Leader Ron Friedman for a special report on the likelihood of a bankruptcy filing by Sears.

It's a matter of when, not if, some experts say. It refers to when Sears Holdings Corp. declares bankruptcy, which inches closer by the day. Ratings agencies are apparently in agreement.

 
New Jersey Law Journal published an article co-authored by Ilan Hirschfeld, partner-in-charge, New Jersey Advisory Group, and Kevin Baker, head of the Philadelphia Digital Forensics Practice, on the complexities of valuating cryptocurrencies.


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New Jersey Law Journal published an article co-authored by Ilan Hirschfeld, partner-in-charge, New Jersey Advisory Group, and Kevin Baker, head of the Philadelphia Digital Forensics Practice, on the complexities of valuating cryptocurrencies.

Just weeks into 2018, cryptocurrencies continue to dominate the headlines while on their way to potentially becoming mainstream. The complexities of these digital financial instruments present significant risks that are little understood, including their potential effect on matrimonial and commercial litigation proceedings.

 
Long Island Business News featured International Tax Co-Leader Doug Nakajima in an article about the repatriation of foreign earnings by U.S. companies.


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Long Island Business News featured International Tax Co-Leader Doug Nakajima in an article about the repatriation of foreign earnings by U.S. companies.

For many years, many U.S. multinational companies hoarded cash abroad. As long as they didn't bring money they earned abroad back to the United States, they wouldn't be taxed by the United States government.

 
The Providence Business News quoted Office Managing Partner James Wilkinson in a story about the impact of the recent blizzard on small businesses.


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The Providence Business News quoted Office Managing Partner James Wilkinson in a story about the impact of the recent blizzard on small businesses.

The unusual storm brought high winds and dumped more than a foot of snow in some places locally, and subsequent freezing weather forced closures across Rhode Island. Some service businesses, including plumbers, have found themselves in high demand since, dealing with broken pipes and equipment failures.

 
Long Island Business News featured Carolyn Mazzenga, office managing partner in Melville, in an article about how accountants are helping clients plan in the wake of tax reform.


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Long Island Business News featured Carolyn Mazzenga, office managing partner in Melville, in an article about how accountants are helping clients plan in the wake of tax reform.

As 2017 came to a close, accountants across Long Island were busy fielding questions from clients in the wake of the federal government passing sweeping tax reform.

 
Long Island Business News asked Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga for her outlook on the regional economy in 2018.


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Long Island Business News asked Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga for her outlook on the regional economy in 2018.

Tax reform is going to be one of the most impactful developments in 2018, especially for Long Island, which is a high net worth and high tax region.

 
Bloomberg Radio’s Coast-to-Coast with Carol and Cory interviewed State and Local Tax Leader Paul Graney about the new federal ceiling on property tax deductions and how states are trying to protect their residents from the additional tax burden.


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Bloomberg Radio’s Coast-to-Coast with Carol and Cory interviewed State and Local Tax Leader Paul Graney about the new federal ceiling on property tax deductions and how states are trying to protect their residents from the additional tax burden.

Paul discussed two possibilities that have been raised by the states: converting from an income tax system to a payroll-based tax system, and tax-deductible contributions to state governments.

 
Public Accounting Report featured Chief Information Officer Peter Scavuzzo in an article sharing firm leaders’ outlook for the future of the accounting profession.


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Public Accounting Report featured Chief Information Officer Peter Scavuzzo in an article sharing firm leaders’ outlook for the future of the accounting profession.

With the underpinning of cloud technology and an on‐demand infrastructure providing unlimited computational processing power; smarter, leaner and better software tools; more readily available application programming interface; and automation, software has become the focal point of one of the most disruptive eras in the accounting industry.

 
 
 
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