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New Tax Benefits of Hiring Your Kid

Summer jobs can be an effective way to teach children about financial responsibility, encourage them to save for college or retirement, and provide them with spending money during the school year. If you own a business, consider hiring your child (or grandchild) as a legitimate employee. It can be a smart tax-saving strategy for employee…

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9 Mistakes that New Businesses Make

Starting a business is risky – one in five new companies don’t survive the first year, and only about half are still around after five years. MWE Partner Al Materazo talks to Long Island Business News about common mistakes that small business owners often make.    

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Posted in The Bottom Line, Featured Post, State & Local Strategies, Nexus, Sales and Use Tax

Summer 2018 Comes In With A Sales Tax Heat Wave: U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Wayfair Overturns Quill’s Physical Presence Requirement

Earlier today we were welcomed by the arrival of Summer Solstice and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. et al {“Wayfair”}, that overturned the physical presence requirement established by the Quill Corp. v. North Dakota decision. At issue was the South Dakota legislation that…

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Ensure Compliance With New York’s Revitalized 421-a Tax Abatement Program

For developers able to navigate the city’s unfolding new rules, the New York skyline offers an enticing tax break. New York’s 421-a property tax exemption lapsed in early 2016, amid escalating concerns that developers weren’t providing adequate affordable housing in exchange for tax breaks, but it was officially renewed as “Affordable New York” in April…

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