Bryan C. Skarlatos was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Tax Day 2022 Is Here: What to Know About Refunds, Extensions and Deductions,” published on April 18, 2022. The article details important information for taxpayers to know regarding the end of the 2022 tax season. The article notes: “The
Stephen Josey has been appointed co-chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Personal Income Tax Committee, effective Sept. 1, 2021. According to the NYCBA, the Personal Income Taxation Committee “focuses on many different areas of federal and state taxation involving individuals and addresses a wide range of topics involving
Bryan Skarlatos recorded a seminar entitled “What Every Matrimonial Judge Should Know About a Tax Return” for the New York State Judicial Institute’s 2021 Virtual Judicial Summer Seminar. In the seminar, judges will learn how to read tax returns and find the information that is relevant for their matrimonial cases.
Megan L. Brackney was quoted in a recent Tax Notes article entitled “Second Circuit Hands Government Win on Foreign Trust Penalties,” published on July 29, 2021. Brackney analyzes the District Court’s decision that trust beneficiary reporting penalties can also apply to the owner of a foreign trust. The article notes:
Ian Weinstock was quoted in recent Forbes article entitled, “Increasing the Capital Gains Rate: Tax Planning in a Time of Flux.” Mr. Weinstock discusses the Biden administration’s proposed increase in the capital gains tax rate and what taxpayers should think about before selling their investments. The article quotes Mr. Weinstock
By Dan Davidson and Destiny Reese PLI Chronicle March 2021 Issue Over 70% of federal tax filings in 2019—including almost 90% of individual income tax returns—were filed electronically. Yet, as tax practitioners know, many federal tax forms continue to require “wet” signatures. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were calls for
In a recent Bloomberg article entitled, “Tax Hikes on Rich Loom If Treasury Revives Hard Look at Estates,” Ian Weinstock weighed in on the new Biden administration’s potential priorities regarding stepped up audits of high-wealth individuals’ estate tax, gift tax and fiduciary income tax returns. As the article relates: “Policymakers