Noted Expert in Entertainment Industry Joins the Firm’s Business Management Group September 8th, 2021 – Los Angeles, CA — Prager Metis, a leading accounting and advisory firm with offices in North America, Europe and Asia, welcomes Maren Stenseth, CPA, CFP® as its newest Principal. Maren joins Prager Metis’ Business Management Group and is based out of Prager Metis’ Los Angeles, CA office.
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Principal and Leader of International Tax Fernando Lopez has offered a summary on the FDII Qualification and Substantiation Requirements in the Final 250 Regulations, now being featured in May’s issue of NYS Society of CPSs, Tax Stringer
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Robbin Caruso, Partner and Co-Leader of the firm’s Tax Controversy Department, recently shed some light on changes to RMD rules that took place due to the SECURE Act in this Financial Advisor article
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
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.