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CHANGES TO THE BANKRUPTCY CODE PROVIDES TIMELY RELIEF TO SMALL BUSINESSES Small businesses are the driver behind the Hudson Valley economy, but many are struggling to survive during the current Covid-19 pandemic. A recent US Chamber of Commerce poll showed that half of small businesses only have enough cash on hand to survive for one…

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TAPPING INTO YOUR 401(k) DURING COVID-19 The coronavirus pandemic has reduced income to millions of Americans. As part of the CARES Act, Congress enacted special rules pertaining to early withdrawals and loans from tax-favored savings vehicles like 401(k) and IRA accounts. Withdrawals Previously, an early withdrawal from a 401(k) or IRA was subject to a…

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PRO’S AND CON’S OF BANKRUPTCY CHAPTER 7 DURING COVID-19 With many families already struggling to pay their bills, the Coronavirus pandemic is likely to result in a record high number of bankruptcy filings[1]. Even with direct payments from the federal government, a lot of people will be forced to borrow heavily from credit cards to…

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CORONAVIRUS RESOURCE PAGE For the past several months, the firm has remained fully operational and continued to provide seamless, high quality legal services to our clients.  This was possible due to the firm’s historical investment in technology and its dedication to helping our clients achieve their goals ​in any circumstances.  Starting this week, our attorneys…

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Things to Think About Before Retiring By Mark A. Krohn, Tax Attorney & CPA, Jacobowitz and Gubits LLP Retirement is a major event in one’s life, and it should be a time you look forward to. But around half of all Americans aren’t looking forward to leaving the workforce forever — and money is a…

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Erroneous and Malicious Information Returns W-2 and 1099 As a CPA and attorney who concentrates in tax law, I receive calls from individuals from January through April who explain that they received either a W-2 or Form 1099 from someone that they either did not work for or that the form was false, malicious and…

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Retirees By Mark A. Krohn, Tax Attorney & CPA, Jacobowitz and Gubits LLP Most retirees will not be affected by the provisions of the new 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the”Act”). Those that are affected, however, may benefit by discussing their options with an experienced tax advisor….

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Are IRAS Protected from Creditors? As an estate planner and elder law attorney I have discovered that an Individual Retirement Account (“IRA”) is often one of my client’s largest retirement assets. If you own an IRA are you concerned whether your creditors can take away your IRA to pay your bills? Here are some useful…

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False, Fraudulent, or Erroneous Information Returns Taxpayer-clients sometimes complain that they received either a Form W-2 or a Form 1099 that is either false, fraudulent or erroneous. If you believe you have received an incorrect informational return, you should start out by calling the sender for the purpose of trying to informally resolve the matter….

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The Tax Implications of Transferring Your Farm  You and your family have worked hard to protect and preserve your equity in your farm. Now that you have decided to sell, you need to work smart to preserve that equity. The strategies listed below are designed to save tax on your proposed sale of your farm…

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