Working long days and still having to process payroll can be burdensome. You may find yourself rushing through the process because you have other business tasks to complete or family to take care of. There may be days you feel overwhelmed by having so many tasks on your to-do list that payroll simply slips your mind. That’s where we can help.
Just a few weeks ago, Governor Cuomo signed into law New York State’s latest budget. The big takeaway for New York State estate planning is the retroactive reinstatement of the “three-year claw back." Dario Arezzo, Senior Tax Consultant, gives readers the details of this revival.
If you are a sales tax enthusiast, you may be tired of hearing people say the name Wayfair! If you are not such an enthusiast, this is probably the first time you have heard the name. Michele Murray, Farm Credit East Financial Services Leader, explains the general rules of this post-Wayfair environment in our Northeast states.
Following a positive trend over the last few years, 2018 saw some favorable changes for NYS farmers. Three important items for farmers and their advisers to keep in mind are the food pantry credit, the property abatement and exemption changes, and the ways that changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to section 1031 exchanges could jeopardize the farmers’ school tax credit (FSTC).