Prager Metis would like to wish Marianna Mooney, CPA, a big congratulations for being named Top 25 Influences in Accounting 2023 by the Long Island Business News.
Jonathan Gassman was recently featured in U.S. News & World Report's latest article, "Understanding a Key Tax Break at Senior Communities
The Washintonian's latest article, "TikTok Tax Advice Is Everywhere, but the Tips Aren’t for Everyone", featuring Marnette Myers, talks about how social media, especially TikTok, is now becoming a source for tax advice.
Congratulations to CEO, Glenn L. Friedman, CPA, CGMA and Global Managing Partner, Lori A. Roth, CPA/ ABV, CFF for their recognition on the 2022 NJBIZ Accounting Power 50 list.
Prager Metis would like to wish a warm congratulations to Global Managing Partner Lori A. Roth, CPA/ABV, CFF, for winning the NJCPA 2022 Woman to Watch Ovation Award.
Please join Jay L. Levine, Partner of Prager Metis, for this informative session at the NJCPA Convention, where he will be a panelist speaker on “Financial Statement Challenges for Private Entities and Practitioners”
Prager Metis is proud to be recognized as the first CPA firm to officially open its headquarters inside the #metaverse in beincrypto.com's recent article. Check out our office in Decentraland below.
Prager Metis extends a warm congratulations to Kayo M. Elkner, Director, for being recognized in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Leaders of Influence: Minority CPAs 2022. The special recognition profiles a cross-section of outstanding professionals for their accomplishments and dedication to their clients, company, community, and the accounting
In his most recent article, CEO Glenn L. Friedman discusses the value of a career in public accounting. Many people have an outdated idea of what a public accountant does, their work/life balance, and how this career can change others' lives and your own. Read "The Real Story of What a Career in Public Accounting Can Provide" and find out how a car
Ladidas Lumpkins, Partner-in-Charge of Private Wealth Services, was recently featured in GGI's Spring 2021 Trust and Estate Newsletter.
Prager Metis is pleased to sponsor ReNew Jersey Business Summit 2022: A Time for Answers! April 13th - 14th.
When Governor Murphy signed the Pass-Through Business Alternative Income Tax (“BAIT”) into law, it allowed pass-through entities to elect to pay tax on behalf of the owner’s share of distributive proceeds. The owner may then claim a refundable tax credit on their return for the amount of tax paid by the pass-through entity on their share of distrib
We have all fallen. We had a daily routine – we went to work at the office and met face to face with our team, clients, or prospects. Now, however, we work hard just to keep up our spirits and morale while working from home
We are Proud to Sponsor the Estate Planning Council of Nassau County’s “Year-End Tax Planning Tips After Year 1 of TCJA” Breakfast
We are proud to sponsor the Estate Planning Council of Nassau County’s “Year-End Tax Planning Tips After Year 1 of TCJA” breakfast on October 17th! Visit their website to learn more and register.
E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge of the Prager Metis National Tax Controversy Group is pictured below during his television appearance on WPIX TV that aired Sunday, April 7th (6-6:30 am). Marty “talked taxes” with Senior Correspondent and Anchor, Marvin Scott.
Robert O. Mayer, Chief Revenue Officer of Prager Metis, will be presenting at the Legal Financial Planning Conference, sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, for people in the early stage of Alzheimer's disease, their care partners and family members. His topic will be “As a Caregiver are there any tax benefits I can take advantage of ?” Click here to register for the event.
Read the latest article titled "How Do I Get Control Of My Family In Flux And Protect Its Finances?" by Partners Ladidas Lumpkins, Jay Goldberg, and Gabe Wolosky, published in the 53rd edition of Worth Magazine.
On September 27th, President Trump and Republican leaders in Congress announced a new conceptual framework for tax reform which they optimistically hope to get enacted into law on or before December 31st of 2017. The proposed conceptual framework broadly describes..." Read the full article by Peter J. Scalise, a Director in the Tax Practice of Prager Metis CPAs a member of Prager Metis International Group here.