How Has the Past Year Changed You? This past year has been unlike any other. NJ Chamber of Commerce asked Prager Metis CEO Glenn Friedman and other NJ Executives, “How has the past year changed you?” Click here to see what they had to say: Read more
Business Manager Jennifer Coyne recently sat down with Shoutout LA as part of their Decision Makers: Difficult Decisions series. Read the interview here: Read more.
Congratulations to Lori A. Roth, Co-Managing Partner of Prager Metis, on being named an ROI Influencer and being part of the 2021 Power List of Accounting Professionals. So very proud of you and your latest achievement!
The recent trading surge involving Game Stop peaked interest in investor trading and short selling. Steven Bernkopf, MSF, CFP, EA, talks about the tax consequences of short selling in this Financial Advisor article: Read more
Congratulations to Mark Carter, Bruce Kolbrenner, Joseph Callaghan, Lahteefah Parramore, Thomas Smith, and Simon Winters for being named to Billboard’s 2021 Top Business Managers List! Thank you for all your hard work
The child and dependent care credit is a helpful tax credit for many families but only if you meet the requirements. Robbin Caruso discusses some mistakes people can make when claiming this credit in this Forbes Advisor Article
Prager Metis Partner and CPA, Robbin Caruso, was recently interviewed by CBS News Money Watch with regards to how unemployment benefits, stimulus checks and other items specific to the year 2020 could affect your tax returns this year.
The Coronavirus has brought out new ways for scammers to take advantage of tax payers, with many targeting people who are still waiting in stimulus payments.
E. Martin Davidoff, recently appeared on “a Your Money” broadcast by Wharton Business Radio on SiriusXM, to talk about what small business owners and remote workers need to now when filing their taxes this year.
Prager Metis, a leading advisory and accounting firm with offices in North America, Europe, and Asia, congratulates Fernando Lopez and Andrew Sgro on their promotions to Principal, effective January 1, 2021.