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K&D Upcoming Tax Seminars

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Save the date(s)! Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A. is once again presenting a number of annual tax seminars reviewing the major changes and legislative trends in taxation throughout 2021.  Join us virtually or in person to explore the latest in federal and state legislation, estate tax developments, international taxation requirements, and…

Worker Misclassification of Limited Liability Companies and Corporations

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Worker misclassification is the practice of improperly classifying workers as independent contractors, rather than employees. A task force was established by Governor Murphy to investigate worker misclassification. The Task Force found that employers which misclassifying their employees as independent contractors fail to pay as much as thirty (30%) percent of…

PPA Loan Forgiveness and Basis Adjustments

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The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) has recently requested guidance from the United States Treasury on Pass Through Entity Basis Adjustments resulting from PPP Loan Forgiveness, in particular, in the timing of the Adjustment. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, enacted December 27, 2020, resolved the issue of whether expenses…

IRS Waives Penalties for Some Underpayments of Estimated Tax

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As a general rule, taxpayers are required to pay their federal taxes as they earn income.  To the extent these taxes are not withheld, a taxpayer must pay estimated income taxes on a quarterly basis. Internal Revenue Code (I.R.C.) § 6654 provides that, in the case of an individual taxpayer,…

Other Recent NJ Estate Legislation

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On January 19, 2016, Governor Christie signed 93 bills just before the 2014/2015 legislative session deadline ended.  Bills that were not signed by noon on January 19th would have expired and would have needed to be reintroduced in the new legislative session.  Nevertheless, among the bills signed are several affecting the…

The Cadillac Tax: The End of Employer-Sponsored Healthcare?

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Signed into law on March 23, 2010, The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more commonly referred to as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare, represents a major overhaul of the United States healthcare system.  Leading up to the 2008 presidential election, then Senator Barack Obama promised to make…

Duty of Care in Legal Malpractice Issues

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Eric Michaels, Esquire (Michaels) was the attorney for Robert Cottone (Cottone) in connection with several complex business transactions.  Cottone had sold his business “Brokerage and Insurance Consulting, Inc.” (BIC) and received an equity interest in the continuing company called NIA Group, LLC (NIA).  Subsequently, NIA was restructured into a new…

New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education Seminars

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Attorneys from Kulzer & DiPadova will be presenting at upcoming seminars this year. Glenn A. Henkel and Arthur A. DiPadova will be presenting at several New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education seminars in the next few months. Mr. Henkel will be speaking at the 2014 Heckerling Institute Review on Thursday, February 13, 2014…

New Jersey Society for Certified Public Accountants’ Annual Tax Seminars

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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…

Gov. Christie Transition Team Outlines Tax Goals

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Governor Christie’s Transiton Team released a series of subcommittee reports regarding tax goals.  The report of the Subcommittee on Economic Development & Job Growth offered a number of state tax-related recommendations. Institutionalize tax restraint Require super-majority legislative approval to enact any new or increased taxes and support a constitutional amendment to institutionalize this discipline…

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