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Nonprofit Pulse Survey Report Fall 2020/Winter 2021


February 3, 2021

Marks Paneth’s Nonprofit, Government & Healthcare Group is pleased to present “Planning for Resilience,” the report of our findings from the Fall 2020/Winter 2021 Nonprofit Pulse survey.

Angelika Paskins and Alan Blecher Featured in Financial Advisor


By Alan M. Blecher  |  February 3, 2021

Marks Paneth’s Angelika Paskins and Alan Blecher co-wrote an article, “IRS Planning 50% Increase in Partnership Audits,” that was recently featured in Financial Advisor.

Biden Tax Proposals: What You Should Know


February 3, 2021

With Democrats now in control of Congress, albeit narrowly, it is increasingly likely that President Biden will be able to get at least some of his tax proposals passed.

Nonprofit Partner Sibi Thomas Quoted in Journal of Accountancy


Featured: Sibi B. Thomas  |  February 1, 2021

Sibi Thomas, Partner in the firm’s Nonprofit, Government & Healthcare Group, was recently quoted in an article published by the Journal of Accountancy titled, “Not-for-Profit Auditors Face New Challenges Amid Pandemic.”

What Can Nonprofits Expect Under the Biden Administration?


By Matthew Estersohn  |  January 29, 2021

Like the rest of the economy, nonprofit organizations have had to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, an ever-changing economy, social change and political uncertainties. As scenario planning remains critical in these times of uncertainty, we want to highlight key Biden Administration plans and their potential impact on the nonprofit community.

Nonprofit & Government Times, January 2021


January 29, 2021

This issue of Nonprofit & Government Times provides you with timely and insightful information.

IRS Issues Final SILO Regulations for Nonprofits


By Magdalena M. Czerniawski  |  January 29, 2021

The IRS has issued final regulations providing guidance on how an exempt organization subject to unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) determines if it has more than one unrelated trade or business.

James (Jay) Brower Featured in Financial Planning


Featured: James (Jay) M. Brower, Jr  |  January 26, 2021

James (Jay) Brower's article, “How States Will Work Around the SALT Deduction Caps,” was recently published by Financial Planning.

The Tax Landscape for 2021


Featured: Jay Sussman  |  January 25, 2021

Partner Jay Sussman represented Marks Paneth in the Crain’s New York Business roundtable discussion, “The Tax Landscape for 2021."

A Once-in-a-Decade Market for Long Island Real Estate Investors


January 21, 2021

Highlights from Marks Paneth's LI Real Estate Executive Outlook in 2021 by Maya Khan. Long Island real estate industry leaders shared a resoundingly optimistic outlook for the future.

Real Estate Perspectives, January 2021


January 21, 2021

This special issue of Real Estate Perspectives provides you with timely and insightful information.

Financial Relief for Co-operatives Is Finally Here


January 21, 2021

Co-ops that are struggling financially due to current economic conditions can now apply for PPP loans.

What It Takes to Reduce Your Real Estate Taxes in NYC


By Neil A. Sonenberg  |  January 21, 2021

Challenging your NYC property assessment values and obtaining a sought-after reduction in real estate taxes requires a certiorari filing.

On-Demand - PPP for Co-Operatives


Featured: Neil A. Sonenberg  |  January 21, 2021

Neil Sonenberg, Co-Partner-in-Charge of Marks Paneth’s Real Estate Group, contributed his insights and expertise to a virtual roundtable discussion of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) hosted by real estate management firm AKAM.

IRS Extends COVID-Related Relief for Qualified Opportunity Funds and Their Investors


January 20, 2021

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued Notice 2021-10, which extends the COVID-related relief for Qualified Opportunity Funds (QOFs) and their investors provided in Notice 2020-39.

The Stoler Report: What We Need to Know About the Federal Stimulus Package


Featured: Mark R. Baran  |  January 15, 2021

Tax Principal Mark Baran appeared on a recent episode of The Stoler Report to discuss the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 and what the latest piece of COVID relief legislation means for individuals and businesses, and especially for the real estate industry.

7 Considerations for Gift and Estate Valuation Amid COVID-19


By Angela Sadang  |  January 14, 2021

Many important areas remain in the hands of the valuation analyst’s professional judgment. It is therefore critical that the professional judgment is airtight and clearly laid out, well supported and reasonable for whatever context the valuation is used – especially for gift and estate tax filings and in these unprecedented times.

SALT Deduction Work-Arounds Receive IRS Blessing – Look for More States to Enact Them


By James (Jay) M. Brower, Jr  |  January 14, 2021

Several states have sought ways to circumvent the SALT Cap limiting an individual’s annual itemized deduction for state and local income and property taxes. Now that the IRS has blessed Connecticut’s SALT Cap work-around, we will probably see several other states enact similar laws.

Private Client Insights, January 2021


January 14, 2021

This special issue of Private Client Insights provides you with timely and insightful information.

Planning Ahead For Partnership Audits Under the New Regime


January 14, 2021

The IRS has made it clear that it is focusing on auditing partnerships in the near future. Consequently, it is critical that partners and partnerships are aware of the new centralized partnership audit regime and how it will affect them in the event of an audit.

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