New 2017 NJ Tax Exemption for VeteransDecember 11, 2017

NJ Tax Exemption for Veterans

Tax season is almost here and if you are a veteran, you should be aware of a new NJ Income Tax exemption for the 2017 tax year. Military veterans are eligible for a $3,000 exemption on their NJ Income Tax return if by the last day of the tax year: You were honorably discharged; or …

Doing More with the SameSeptember 6, 2017

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By: William C. McNamara, CPA, CCIFP®, The Curchin Group, LLC Article Credit: Utility & Transportation Contractor Magazine Doing more with the same is one of the fastest ways to improve efficiency and profitability. In some form or fashion every contractor understands this premise as it relates to the job site. But the same principle can …

1031 Exchange: What You Need to KnowMay 24, 2017

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  An April 2017 article in Financial Planning suggests that 1031 exchanges are becoming increasingly popular, thanks to a rise in property prices. As more property owners seek to take advantage of like-kind exchanges under IRS Code Section 1031, here’s what you need to know: Benefits of a 1031 Exchange A 1031 like-kind exchange allows …

Is Your Personal Information Secure?April 5, 2017

The Internet is amazingly convenient, but with its many benefits comes a level of risk. Cyber attacks pose a constant threat to businesses and individuals alike, with “phishing” being one of the most common types of cyber crime. What is Phishing? Phishing gets its name from the hook-and-reel kind of fishing you do on a …

State of New Jersey Tax Legislative Update For 2017March 8, 2017

  By: Edward P. Rigby, CPA, The Curchin Group, LLC Article Credit: Shore Builders Association of Central NJ, Inc. On October 14, 2016, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law P.L. 2016, Chapter 57 which included a number of New Jersey tax law changes. In addition to raising the state’s petroleum products gross receipts …

Will Small Business Owners See Relief in Tax Reform?March 8, 2017

By: Peter Pfister, CPA While President Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin continue to push for sweeping tax reform, small business owners anxiously await the relief that could be on the way. Either Trump’s plan or the House Ways and Means Committee’s “Blueprint” would offer significant benefits to America’s 28 million small businesses. Trump recently …