Jarad Stiles to speak at Absecon Business & Commercial Development meeting March 14

See our album of photos from last night’s event with the Absecon Business & Commercial Development General Membership Meeting on March 14. PLACE: Villa Rifici’s, 308 White Horse Pike, Absecon. MEET & GREET: 5:30 pm Meet & Greet with appetizers and cash bar GUEST SPEAKER: 6:15 p. Jarad K. Stiles, Business Tax Attorney from Cooper … Continue reading “Jarad Stiles to speak at Absecon Business & Commercial Development meeting March 14”

Mark Your Calendar: July 12 NJCPA Summer Breakfast Seminar with Cooper Levenson Attorneys

CPAs – Don’t miss this annual summer update. Hear from the attorneys at Cooper Levenson as they discuss issues that affect CPAs on both the state and national levels. Breakfast seminar 8 a.m. – noon. Venue TBA. Topics to include: Who Needs Asset Protection? Spoiler Alert: Everyone Hidden Figures (Not The Movie): Finding and Protecting … Continue reading “Mark Your Calendar: July 12 NJCPA Summer Breakfast Seminar with Cooper Levenson Attorneys”

What the new tax law elimination of the alimony tax deduction means for divorcing and divorced couples

Authored by Cynthia N. Grob, Esq.  and  Jarad Stiles, Esq., LL.M. A provision of the new tax law that took effect January 1, 2018 will have a substantial impact on divorcing couples. The new law eliminates the alimony tax deduction and will impact agreements and judgments entered into after December 31, 2018.  Until December 31, … Continue reading “What the new tax law elimination of the alimony tax deduction means for divorcing and divorced couples”

TAX LEGISLATION OVERVIEW

As we await President Trump’s signature on the final tax legislation, we outlined the key changes to the United States tax laws (“Reform”) that will impact individuals and businesses based on the final Republican bill that was approved by the House of Representative and the United States Senate.  We divided our overview between individuals and … Continue reading “TAX LEGISLATION OVERVIEW”

Cooper Levenson Tax Law Group to Speak at NJCPA Seminar Thursday Oct. 26

NJCPA Atlantic Cape May Chapter Breakfast Briefing Cooper Levenson Tax Law Practice Group Thursday, October 26, 2017 8:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Six Estate Planning Essentials for High Net Worth Clients Presented by: Michael L. Salad, Esq.,LL.M. Trustworthy? Tax and Trust Planning with Life Insurance Presented by: Jarad K. Stiles, Esq., LL.M. New Jersey Tax … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Tax Law Group to Speak at NJCPA Seminar Thursday Oct. 26”

“Preparing Your Clients Estate Plan for its Annual Exam” Seminar

Complimentary continuing education & breakfast seminar Estate & Charitable Gift Planning Health Update Hosted by the Atlantic County Bar Association in partnership with AtlantiCare Foundation Featured Topics Gifts of IRA Charitable Reminder Trusts (CRAT v. CRUT) Proposed Income Tax Changes effect on Charitable Giving Wednesday, September 20 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Linwood Country Club … Continue reading ““Preparing Your Clients Estate Plan for its Annual Exam” Seminar”

NJCPA and Cooper Levenson: Tax Law Breakfast Seminar July 14, 2017

Don’t miss this NJCPA seminar Cooper Levenson Tax Law Practice Group Friday, July 14, 2017 8:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.  Linwood Country Club 500 Shore Road Linwood, NJ 08221 Highlights Topics include: Medicaid Planning for the Baby Boomer Generation Presented by Jarad K. Stiles, Esq., LL.M. Demystifying the NJ Exit Tax and an Overview of … Continue reading “NJCPA and Cooper Levenson: Tax Law Breakfast Seminar July 14, 2017”

Tax Alert: New Jersey Tax Court Clarifies Disposed Interest in Irrevocable Trusts

The long-debated issue as to what constitutes a complete disposition of interests in real property for purposes of irrevocable trusts was recently settled by the Tax Court of New Jersey in the matter of Estate of Mary Van Riper v. Director, Division of Taxation. In Van Riper, Mary Van Riper and her husband, Walter Van … Continue reading “Tax Alert: New Jersey Tax Court Clarifies Disposed Interest in Irrevocable Trusts”