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MARCH 1, 2022 DEADLINE IS APPROACHING FOR REAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION Deadline approaching:  If you own commercial, industrial, agricultural or other real property, you may be entitled to a full or partial real property tax exemption.  The March 1, 2022 deadline for filing real property tax exemptions is quickly approaching in most jurisdictions. Exemptions are…

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DIVERSIFYING YOUR BUSINESS The Covid pandemic has caused all sorts of disruptions to business as usual. Some businesses have thrived while others have gone under. Everyone learned how to meet by Zoom and to be more resilient. For some businesses this means diversifying the goods or services provided to customers. In many ways, bringing on…

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PRESS RELEASE For more information, contact: Michele Babcock, Managing Partner Jacobowitz and Gubits LLP, 845-764-9656   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jacobowitz and Gubits Partners Present Solar, Cannabis, and Residential Development to Appraisal Institute WALDEN, N.Y. – Two partners at the law firm of Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP (J&G) were selected to present to the Mid-Hudson Chapter…

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485-b COMMERCIAL REAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION Section 485-b of the New York Real Property Tax Law provides the basis for a 50% reduction of the increase in assessed value due to certain qualifying new construction, alterations, installations or improvements for the purpose of commercial, business or industrial activity, thus reducing real property taxes and some…

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How the New Tax Law May Affect Seniors For the 2018 income tax year, the fairly new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“Tax Act”) provides some important changes that will save seniors (or their accountants) money and aggravation while completing their 2018 income tax return. New Tax Brackets. To begin, the Tax Act keeps the…

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Social Security Update Wage earners pay a percentage of their wages into the Social Security system. Those payments become part of the fund that is used to pay for people who have already retired, are disabled, or are survivors or dependents of workers who have died. Any unused portion of such payments become part of…

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Three Reasons Why an Attorney-CPA is better than a CPA Like most people I am often asked what I do for a living. I sometimes explain that I am both a tax lawyer and a CPA, (Attorney CPA) whereupon I usually get a reply like: “Oh”, accompanied by a look of confusion. “So you could…

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Drivers Licenses Suspended for Non-Payment of Taxes Taxpayers in New York can face a driver’s license suspension if the taxpayer owes $10,000 or more in taxes, penalties, or interest, and no resolution has been made to resolve the tax debt. When New York State identifies delinquent taxpayers, it sends a notice informing them that they…

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What Are Your Options if You Owe Taxes? If you have received an IRS delinquency assessment you will generally be given a month to pay the owed amount in full or else the IRS will consider collection actions against you. No one will show up at your door but rather you will continue to receive…

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