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Mark Cuccia Featured in Long Island Business News
Featured: Mark Cuccia | Oct 30, 2019
Partner Mark Cuccia was featured in the Long Island Business News special edition, "Who's Who 2019: Accounting & Payroll."
A Successful Career Transition to Forensic Accounting
By Eric A. Kreuter | Oct 29, 2019
In this article, Advisory Services Partner Eric Kreuter writes about his own career path to forensic accounting and demonstrates the impact that a CPA can have by expanding into subfields of their practice areas.
Fourth Circuit Upholds IRS Collection of Canadian Income Taxes Payable
By Paul Bercovici | Oct 25, 2019
With more and more individuals maintaining significant connections to both the US and Canada it appears inevitable that the IRS and CRA will seek to increase their use of Article XXVI A in appropriate circumstances to collect on outstanding tax debt on behalf of the other country.
Jay Brower Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Featured: James (Jay) M. Brower, Jr | Oct 9, 2019
State and local tax partner Jay Brower discussed Pennylvania's new state tax requirements with The Philadelphia Inquirer.
What Building Owners Need to Know About the Climate Mobilization Act
By Deana L. Wetzel | Oct 7, 2019
Deana Wetzel examines how the Climate Mobilization Act will affect New York City's building owners in an article for the Commercial Observer.
Marks Paneth’s 2019 Nonprofit Pulse Survey Results
Oct 7, 2019
Nonprofit leaders can now download Change Management for a New Era, the report of our findings from Marks Paneth's 2019 Nonprofit Pulse survey.
GASB Statements 88 & 89
October 1, 2019
By: Philip Marciano
Philip Marciano examines changes introduced by GASB Statements 88 & 89.
Is it Time to Update Your Form 990 Compensation Study?
By Magdalena M. Czerniawski | October 1, 2019
Considering both the “old” Form 990 and the new tax law, it’s time for organizations to review their policies for establishing compensation and also ensure that the basis for that compensation is still relevant.
Improving Fundraising Efficiency with Data Analytics
By XiXi Dong | October 1, 2019
Data analytics tools can help nonprofits maximize their resources, increase donations and engage and retain donors.
The Taxpayer First Act of 2019: What Exempt Organizations Need to Know
By Magdalena M. Czerniawski | October 1, 2019
The Taxpayer First Act of 2019 (“Act”) was signed into law by President Trump on July 1, 2019. It includes several provisions that are important to exempt organizations, as they will bring about filing changes.
Form 990-T Fiscal Year Filers: Why Did I Get This Notice?
By Magdalena M. Czerniawski | Robert Lyons | October 1, 2019
Many nonprofit organizations that fell under the category of 2017 fiscal year filer are receiving an unexpected balance due or refund notices. Tax Director Magdalena M. Czerniawski examines the IRS changes responsible for these notices.
Cryptocurrency: Considerations for Accepting Gifts of Virtual Currency
By Matthew Estersohn | Sibi B. Thomas | September 30, 2019
Bitcoin was invented in 2009 and saw limited use for the first few years of its existence, with transactions limited mostly to novelty purchases and early adopters. The past few years, however, have seen increased growth, with bitcoin transactions now in the hundreds of thousands per day and price volatility that has made national news.
Nonprofit & Government Times, Q3 2019
September 25, 2019
Read the latest issue of our Nonprofit & Government Times newsletter for timely insights into recent IRS changes, cutting-edge digital strategies, considerations for accepting virtual currency and more.
Best of the Bar Honorees Announced
Sep 25, 2019
Marks Paneth is pleased to celebrate Philadelphia’s legal community for the third consecutive year through the continued Presenting Sponsorship of Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best of the Bar: Philadelphia’s Top Lawyers awards program.
Laura LaForgia Named to Crain’s Notable Women in Accounting & Consulting List
Featured: Laura E. LaForgia | Sep 23, 2019
Partner Laura LaForgia has been named to the Crain’s New York Business list of Notable Women in Accounting & Consulting for a second consecutive year.
Ripple Effect of New Rent Regulations in NYC Real Estate Industry
By Abe Schlisselfeld | Sep 17, 2019
Co-Partner-in-Charge of Real Estate Abe Schlisselfeld examines how the new rent regulations will have far-reaching implications on the real estate industry for the Commercial Observer.
Will IRC Section 181 Come Back To Life … Again? And Why Would It Matter?
By Christopher A. Cacace | September 10, 2019
A renewal of Section 181 can only be looked at as a positive development for the entertainment industry because it gives production companies another alternative. As with any tax position, it’s important to have a good understanding of each available option.
Marks Paneth Named Westchester’s Best Accounting Firm
Aug 20, 2019
Marks Paneth’s Purchase, NY office has been recognized as one of Westchester County’s favorite businesses, earning the title of “Best Accounting Firm” in 914INC. magazine’s inaugural Best of Business Awards.
Defeasance Deductibility in Commercial Real Estate
By Eduard Suleymanov | August 19, 2019
This article will explore the role of defeasance in commercial real estate transactions as well as the tax deductibility of a defeasance premium paid pursuant to a legal defeasance.
How the New Lease Accounting Rules Affect Landlords and Tenants
By Mark Cuccia | August 19, 2019
Mark Cuccia and Adeline Lee analyze how the new lease accounting standards, now deferred until January 1, 2021 for private companies, affect both lessors and lessees.