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- Registration now open for September 17, 2019 CPE Seminar, “IRC Sec. 199A: Wasn’t the Code to be Simplified?” August 26, 2019
- A Journey Through IRC Section 199A: Wasn’t the Code to be Simplified? July 25, 2019
- Tax News & Comment — August 2019 July 25, 2019
- Tax News & Comment – April 2017 March 13, 2017
- Tax News & Comment — May 2016 May 14, 2016
- FROM WASHINGTON & ALBANY — Current Election Probabilities; Tax Plans of Trump and Clinton May 13, 2016
- FROM FEDERAL AND NYS COURTS: Recent Developments & 2015 Decisions of Note May 13, 2016
- IRS & NYS DTF MATTERS: Recent Developments & 2015 Regs. & Rulings of Note May 13, 2016
- Creating and Maintaining Flexibility in Wills and Trusts May 13, 2016
- Escaping the Quandary Posed by Unreported Foreign Accounts May 13, 2016
- Like Kind Exchanges Alive and Well: An Update May 13, 2016
- Executor and Trustee Commissions Under NY EPTL
- Legal Basis for Seeking Abatement of New York State Tax Penalties
- Defeating The Right of Election in EPTL § 5-1.1-A
- The IRC § 2036 Trap in Planning With FLPs & Grantor Trusts
- Valuation Discounts for LLCs
- September 17 CPE Breakfast Lecture in Old Westbury, New York -- "IRC Sec. 199A: Wasn't the Code to be Simplified?"
- Letters Testamentary
- Rev. Rul. 85-13: Is There a Limit to Disregarding Disregarded Entities?
- Depreciation Recapture
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