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Cannabis Business Executive | May 09, 2021
Corporate partner and Tax team member Rick Cox and Corporate associate Vince Tennant, both of the New York City office, contributed this article on careful tax planning for cannabis companies, which are denied certain business expenses since cannabis remains illegal at the federal level.
The Well News | April 09, 2021
This article on the Biden administration’s proposal for domestic and global corporate tax reform quotes New York City Corporate partner Rick Cox, a member of the Tax team, on concerns related to a minimum tax, how the revenue threshold has shifted since Biden’s presidential campaign, and possible implications for companies that recently decided to expand globally.
Law360 | April 09, 2021
This article, on a matter involving penalties assessed by the IRS against an investment company manager accused of an alleged failure to file a foreign bank and financial account form (FBAR), quotes Tax team co-leader and Los Angeles Corporate partner Shahzad Malik on why it was necessary to bring a motion for dismissal.
Tax Credit Advisor | March 01, 2021
Washington, DC Corporate senior counsel Ken Silverberg is quoted throughout this article on housing-related tax changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, and strategies to consider under the tax law.
Inframation News | January 25, 2021
This article on the new rule by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency that may allow national banks and federal savings associations to engage in certain tax-equity finance transactions cites a recent NP tax credit alert. The alert was written by Project Finance & Public Finance partner Ellen Friedman and Global Finance senior counsel Larry Fruchtman, both in New York City; Community Development Finance partners Shariff Barakat and Michael Goldman, both in Washington, D.C.; and Boston Community Development Finance partner Forrest Milder.
Rochester Business Journal | December 18, 2020
Rochester Private Clients partner Stephanie Seiffert was quoted in this article for her outlook on estate taxes amid the pandemic and end-of-year best practices for estate planning.
Rochester Business Journal | December 18, 2020
Rochester Private Clients partner Stephanie Seiffert contributed this article for her outlook on estate and gift tax strategies amid the incoming Biden administration, from a state and federal perspective.
Bloomberg Tax | January 06, 2020
Boston Community Development Finance partner Forrest Milder wrote this contributed article analyzing the recently finalized IRS regulations governing opportunity zones.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | August 22, 2019
Boston Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Jeff Sacks wrote this contributed article analyzing a ruling by the Appellate Tax Board on the proper method of determining real estate taxes for senior living facilities that use an entry fee model. Boston law clerk Thomas Jackson contributed to the article.
Governing.com | May 20, 2019
Los Angeles Public Finance and Project Finance partner Rudy Salo says the impact of federal tax reform, which included a $10,000 cap on the deduction for state and local taxes, on the real estate market has not been as dire as predicted.
Wolters Kluwer’s Fiscalità Commercio Internazionale | February 12, 2019
In this contributed article to Wolters Kluwer’s Italian business publication, Chicago Corporate partners Chuck Bernardini and Frank Emmons discuss state and federal tax, customs and corporate considerations for an Italian manufacturer exporting plants, equipment and machinery to the USA, particularly whether to do so directly or through a U.S. subsidiary.
Governing | January 01, 2019
Los Angeles Project Finance and Public Finance partner Rudy Salo is quoted in this article discussing how taxpayers across the country are likely to pay higher bills this April due to the new $10,000 cap on federal deductions for state and local taxes.
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