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Pass-Through Entity Tax Additional Guidance Finally Issued by New York State

Berdon Tax Team 9.9.21 | Client Alert The October 15, 2021 deadline is quickly approaching for making the New York State Pass-Through Entity Tax (PTET) election for 2021. The New […]

Sales and Use Tax for Art Collectors – A Family Office Primer

Ada Clapp, Richard Goldstein and Quentin Marchal 6.22.21 | Industry Insights – Family Office If you are a professional in the family office of an art collector, you likely already […]

NYS Budget Provisions and State and Federal Incentives Impacting Real Estate

6.17.21 | Webinar This webinar featured Berdon’s State and Local Tax Practice Co-Leaders Wayne Berkowitz and Richard Goldstein, and KBKG’s Sumit Sharma and Malik Javed, as they discussed the New […]

The NYS Pass-Through Entity Tax … Pay This Tax To Pay Less Tax

Wayne K. Berkowitz, CPA, J.D., LL.M. and Richard Goldstein, J.D. 6.8.21 | Client Alert For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2021, eligible pass-through entities may elect to […]

‘Mind Your Business’ Radio Program Features Interviews With Executives from Investors Bank and Berdon LLP

6.2.21 | Press Release NEW YORK – Host Yitzchok Saftlas of the Mind Your Business radio program is exploring the topic “Post Crisis: Critical Steps Businesses are Taking Now” on […]

New York State Announces Financial Assistance Programs for Restaurants

Sarah S. Kim, J.D., LL.M. and Ken Maeng, J.D. 5.25.21 | Industry Insights New York State’s Fiscal Year 2022 budget includes $1 billion in relief to help the hospitality industry […]

NY State Budget Unleashes Aggressive Tax Hikes

Wayne Berkowitz, CPA, J.D., LL.M., Richard Goldstein, J.D., and Ken Maeng, J.D. 4.12.21 | Client Alert As of April 6, 2021, the Governor of New York State, Andrew Cuomo, and […]

New York Governor Releases Fiscal Year 2022 Budget

Sarah Kim, J.D., LL.M. and Ken Maeng, J.D. 1.27.21 | Client Alert Governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled his Fiscal Year 2022 budget that proposes legislation (the “Budget Bill”) to respond […]

Market-Based Sourcing vs. Cost of Performance for Apportioning Receipts from Services

By Richard Goldstein, J.D. 1.22.21 | Client Alert Market-based sourcing is now a ubiquitous method for state income tax apportionment of receipts earned from the performance of services. In many […]