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Important changes to your tax filings and payments due to Coronavirus

Extension Date for Tax Filings and Payments On Friday, March 20, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin announced the extension of tax payments to July 15th, 2020. With this postponement, you will not accrue any interest or deal with penalties on tax payments until July 16th. The postponement of payment is up to $1 million for individuals ...
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Retirement Planning: Why it's not so bad to be a Resident of New York after all

As residents of Westchester County there are many options for assisted living and nursing home facilities in nearby CT. However, there are tax reasons you may want your loved one to reside in New York. In New York all Social Security Benefits are subtracted in arriving a taxable income. CT taxes a large portion of the benefits. New York has a $20,0...
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Deadline approaching for Self-Employed Retirement Plan Contribution

Simple Contributions Timing "When do I need to make my SIMPLE Retirment Contribution by for 2019"? Salary reduction contributions to a SIMPLE must be made to the financial institution no later than January 30. Benefits "How much can I contribute to my SIMPLE IRA"? A SIMPLE is a good alternative for a self-employed individual as an alternative ...
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New York State just implemented a tax that might put Vape Shops out of business

BACKGROUND: Vapor product manufacturers such as Juul Labs, as well Marlboro maker Altria Group's Nu Mark have become the hot topic of conversation over the Thanksgiving table due to the increasing nationwide respiratory illness developed by young adults through inhaling a nonflammable liquid and, or gel with or without nicotine that are manufacture...
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