How Trump is trying to help BroadwayFeatured: Christopher A. Cacace | April 24, 2020
Christopher Cacace, Partner-in-Charge of the Theater, Media and Entertainment Group at Marks Paneth LLP, was recently featured in the Forbes article “How Trump is trying to help Broadway,” about how President Trump intends to restore tax deductions for business-related entertainment and meal expenses. In the article, Cacace highlights how the deductions could benefit Broadway and help touring productions manage their expenses during the COVID-19 crisis.
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About Christopher A. Cacace
Christopher A. Cacace, CPA, is Partner-in-Charge of the Theater, Media and Entertainment Group at Marks Paneth LLP and Partner-in-Charge of the firm’s Westchester office. He is also a member of the Marks Paneth Executive Committee, which sets policy and strategy for the firm. He has a deep expertise serving theater and entertainment clients and has done so for nearly 40 years. Mr. Cacace started his career in accounting at Pinto Winokur & Pagano CPASs theater practice,... READ MORE +