E. Martin Davidoff offers his views in this Wall Street Journal Opinion piece regarding the challenges presented to taxpayers and practitioners from extending the tax filing deadline while leaving the due date for first quarter
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E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge, National Tax Controversy, offers important information regarding tax implications for early retirement withdrawals, unemployment compensation, and multiple state tax filings for remote workers during
Prager Metis team members Robbin Caruso and Michael Raiken offer input regarding the tax implications that the PRO Act could have on independent contractors in this Forbes article by Erik Sherman
Prager Metis Partner, Wendy Valentino, offered her insight into topics such as women in real estate, team motivation and resolving workplace conflicts in the New York Real Estate Journal. Read the full article here
While the child tax credit is not new, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 increased the amount of the credit and changed some of the provisions of credit for the 2021 tax year.
E. Martin Davidoff offers his reasons why he believes this year’s tax deadlines should not be extended in this Accounting Today article
Partner Robbin Caruso offers her thoughts in this Forbes article discussing Senator Warren’s proposed “Ultra Millionaire Tax Act of 2021”:
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.
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