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Tax reform, Amazon will impact food biz

as published in Amazon and tax reform are going to shake up the food industry in the coming year, according to a survey by Margolin Winer & Evens. The Garden City-based accounting firm surveyed 101 attendees at Tuesday’s Food + Beverage Biz LI, a Long Island Business News food industry…

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MWE Advisor November Highlights

November highlights from The MWE Advisor newsletter include: what you need to know about the House Bill and Senate Proposal for tax reform to prepare for year-end tax planning, and understanding the rules for repayment before borrowing money from your retirement plan.

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Defaulting on Retirement Plan Loans Causes Taxable Distributions

Want to borrow money from your retirement plan? Not so fast. Retirement plan loans can be a viable way to get money in a crunch, but you need to follow the rules about repaying them. If you don’t, it could lead to unfavorable tax consequences, as two taxpayers recently learned the hard way in U.S.…

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Use Tax: The Cost of Unintentionally Saving a Few Dollars

Is your company a distributor or manufacturer in the U.S.? If yes, then how thorough is your use tax compliance? From a sales and use tax perspective, companies like yours typically have the collection and remittance of sales tax on goods and services sold to customers down to a science. But when it comes to…

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MWE Hosts “Creative Real Estate Acquisitions Strategies” Roundtable

Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP hosted a roundtable with panelists Michael Shah, Founder & CEO of Delshah Capital, Sidhartha Singh, Founder of Briar Meads Capital and Jeff Young, Managing Director of WM Capital Partners on November 2th, 2017. Rich Bockmann, Reporter from The Real Deal, moderated. The panelists engaged in a lively discussion about the ways…

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