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The Pitfalls of Expense Deductibility for Medical Cannabis
 

The Pitfalls of Expense Deductibility for Medical Cannabis

Posted: June 26, 2017
Pennsylvania recently joined the growing list of states where medical cannabis has been legalized. Pennsylvania is planning on issuing several different licenses, two of which are cannabis growers/processers and cannabis dispensaries. At the Federal level, find out what the challenges are.

NJCPA Economic Roundtable Tackles Tax, Pensions and School Funding
 

NJCPA Economic Roundtable Tackles Tax, Pensions and School Funding

Posted: June 23, 2017
The Business & Economic Roundtable at the 2017 NJCPA Annual Convention tackled the tough questions. New Jersey Senator Steven V. Oroho (R-24); G. Scott Clemons, CFA, chief investment officer, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.; and New Jersey 101.5’s Statehouse bureau chief Michael Symons were on hand.



Deciphering New Jersey’s Angel Investor Tax Credit
 

Deciphering New Jersey’s Angel Investor Tax Credit

Posted: June 20, 2017
The Angel Investor Tax Credit provides for a tax credit of up to 10 percent of a qualified investment in New Jersey emerging technology companies as long as certain qualifications are met. Read to find out what is actually necessary to qualify.


NJ Property Tax Reimbursement Deadline Extended to October 18
 

NJ Property Tax Reimbursement Deadline Extended to October 18

Posted: May 30, 2017
Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement) program reimburses eligible senior citizens and disabled persons for property tax or mobile home park site fee increases on their principal residence. The deadline to file for 2016 has been extended to October 18.


NJCPA Seeks Introduction of Section 1202 Legislation
 

NJCPA Seeks Introduction of Section 1202 Legislation

Posted: May 1, 2017
In an effort to promote investment and job creation in New Jersey, the NJCPA is meeting with legislators to discuss introducing legislation that would make the state follow the lead of the federal government and the vast majority of states by offering Internal Revenue Code “Section 1202” tax incentives.

Advising Clients on Residency Issues
 

Advising Clients on Residency Issues

Posted: April 13, 2017
It is important to discuss the implications of leaving the state with your clients to make sure there are no unexpected surprises if they are selected for audit.