Attorneys from Kulzer & DiPadova are once again presenting in a series of seminars surrounding tax and law changes and updates. This year, James B. Evans, Jr., Daniel L. Mellor, Briele N. Haas, Patrick J. McCormick, Douglas R. Madanick, Joseph M. Kempter, Glenn A. Henkel and Michael A. Kulzer spoke at several of the New Jersey Society for Certified Public Accountants’ Annual Tax Seminars. On December 6, the attorneys spoke to the Southwest Jersey and Atlantic/ Cape May Chapters and on December 10th, the attorneys spoke at the South Jersey Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals.
They are slated to speak at upcoming seminars, on Friday, January 3, 2014 at the New Jersey Association of Public Accountants’ South Jersey West Chapter Annual Tax Seminar at Adelphia Restaurant in Deptford, NJ; on Saturday, January 4, at the NJSCPA Monmouth/ Ocean Chapter Seminar at the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel, Eatontown, NJ; and on Saturday, January 11, at the NJSCPA Middlesex/ Somerset Chapter Tax Update at the Somerset Holiday Inn, Somerset, NJ.
The seminars cover topics including New Jersey corporate and individual income tax and sales tax updates; federal tax update, including tax implications of US v. Windsor and final repair regulations; tax planning for real estate and 3.8% tax on net investment income; individual health insurance mandate and business health insurance coverage requirements under PPACA; civil and criminal tax procedure update, including installment agreements, innocent spouse rules and offshore voluntary disclosure initiative; and estate tax planning in New Jersey in light of the New Jersey estate tax and the 2012 Tax Act.
With a membership of more than 15,000, the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) is the largest professional organization serving the needs of Garden State CPAs. Representing the majority of New Jersey CPAs in public practice, industry, government and education, the NJSCPA supports members in fulfilling their professional responsibilities and achieving success through leadership, education, networking and community involvement initiatives. The NJSCPA offers more than 350 continuing education programs annually to help members increase their value to their clients, companies or organizations and to help them meet their continuing education requirements.
The Society of Financial Service Professionals has 15,000 members affiliated with 190 local chapters nationwide. Members are dedicated to the concept of providing the highest quality professional financial services with the highest ethical conduct in the industry. The New Jersey Association of Public Accountants was formed to elevate and maintain a high standard of proficiency and integrity; to promote and protect the interests of the consuming public; to cultivate a spirit of professional cooperation amongst its members; to establish good will and understanding between the public and the accounting profession throughout the State of New Jersey. Seminars are presented regularly during the year and cover Taxation, Accounting and Auditing, along with other related subjects.