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”

Stephanie Farrell to speak at Cape May County Chamber February 9, 2018

Stephanie Farrell will present “Sexual Harassment 101” for business owners and managers at the Cape May County Chamber’s Feb. 9 educational session. The seminar will be held at the Atlantic Cape Community College, Cape May Court House Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House, N.J. from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. The … Continue reading “Stephanie Farrell to speak at Cape May County Chamber February 9, 2018”

How Parents with TPS Can Take Steps to Protect the Welfare of Their U.S. Born Children

CONTACT: Cynthia N.  Grob, Esquire About 200,000 Salvadorans will lose their temporary protective status (TPS) in the United States next year. That designation for individuals from Sudan, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Honduras is also scheduled to expire. Many of the parents who benefit from this immigration designation are now struggling to make plans for their U.S. … Continue reading “How Parents with TPS Can Take Steps to Protect the Welfare of Their U.S. Born Children”

Jan. 16 Cannabis Update: from the Nevada desk of Kimberly Maxson Rushton, Esquire

Earlier today, January 16, 2018, the Nevada Tax Commission adopted permanent regulations pertaining to oversight and regulation of Nevada’s marijuana industry (both retail and medicinal). In response to hours of public comment the Commission acknowledged that there is still work to be done on the regulations and advised interested parties to work with the Department … Continue reading “Jan. 16 Cannabis Update: from the Nevada desk of Kimberly Maxson Rushton, Esquire”

Amy Rudley speaks: “Bridging The Gap: Challenges Between Executives and Young Professionals” SNJDC Jan 9 Program

Amy E. Rudley joined a panel of speakers at the January 9 Southern New Jersey Development Council meeting at the Courtyard by Marriott Deptford. Amy joined panelists: Vince Maione, President, Atlantic City Electric; Sharon Hammel, Chief Retail Officer, Republic Bank; Dan Snodgrass, Retirement Plan Specialist, BCG Securities.

From the desk of our Chief Operating Officer, Ken Calemmo: 2018 is looking BRIGHT!!!

I want to wish everyone a HAPPY HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!! I have a great feeling about Atlantic City in 2018.  There is a great deal of economic activity taking place in the city that will have an impact throughout the city and state.  Remember every wave starts as a ripple!! New administration in … Continue reading “From the desk of our Chief Operating Officer, Ken Calemmo: 2018 is looking BRIGHT!!!”

Sessions Memo Makes Waves for Cannabis Industry

by Brittany Verga Bonetti Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ rescission of the Obama-era “Cole Memo” on January 4, 2018 created a stir in the expanding domestic cannabis industry. In a single page the Sessions Memo rescinds previous Department of Justice guidance, which limited federal prosecution of marijuana-related activity. The Sessions Memo gives federal prosecutors more latitude … Continue reading “Sessions Memo Makes Waves for Cannabis Industry”

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”