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Podcast March 15, 2023 Tax Tips and Considerations When Relocating to a New State

In this episode of The Bottom Line Podcast, Jeffrey Parker, Partner and National Co-Leader of EisnerAmper's Private Client Services Group, is joined by Tim Schuster, EisnerAmper Senior Manager. The two discuss Tim's recent experience with relocating …

Podcast August 03, 2022 Future Planning: Tax Strategies for Family Offices

In this episode with EisnerAmper host Michael Morris, EisnerAmper Tax Director Daniel Krauss highlights key tax strategies and planning opportunities for family offices and high-net-worth individuals.

Podcast October 29, 2021 Tax Issues Affecting Cannabis Companies

In this episode of CannaCast, Eric Altstadter, Partner and leader of our Cannabis and Hemp Group, speaks with fellow Partner Tom Cardinale, about the tax issues cannabis companies face.

Podcast March 29, 2021 Is Your Business Taking Full Advantage of the Employee Retention Credit?

The Employee Retention Credit (“ERC”) has taken on greater prominence since the signing of the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act. Ben Aspir, a senior manager in EisnerAmper’s National Tax Practice, discusses who’s eligible, credit amounts, timelines, the…

Podcast August 19, 2020 State and Local Tax Issues Surrounding COVID-19

In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” Tim Schuster discusses some of the state and local tax (SALT) issues related to COVID-19.

Articles May 18, 2020 IRS Provides Section 125 Plan Participants Relief Through Increased Flexibility

The IRS recently released guidance to allow temporary changes to IRC Sec. 125 cafeteria plans, extending the claims period for health flexible spending arrangements and dependent care assistance programs and allowing participants to make mid-year cha…

Podcast March 24, 2020 Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Tim Schuster gives a high-level overview of the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act”.

Podcast November 25, 2019 Lessons Learned from the 2019 Tax Season

In this podcast, Timothy Speiss discusses what has surprised him the most, client sentiment, and what 2020 might have in store with respect to tax reform 2.0.

Podcast October 24, 2019 State Tax Incentives – Do I Qualify?

In this episode, we discuss some of the ways your business can take advantage of state tax incentive programs, such as through relocation, investment and staff training.

Podcast September 20, 2019 Did You Get an IRS Crypto Warning Letter?

Tim Speiss discusses why the IRS sent a recent round of letters to cryptocurrency investors regarding their reporting obligations.

Podcast May 14, 2019 Paul Dougherty Gets Sirius About Taxes on “Work of Tomorrow”

The Partner-in-Charge of EisnerAmper’s Philadelphia office, Paul Dougherty, was a recent guest on SiriusXM’s “Work of Tomorrow” radio program hosted by Christian Terweisch. The wide-ranging discussion covered the art and science of tax planning.

Podcast March 21, 2019 The Tax Consequences of Failing to Report Cryptocurrency Transactions

Host Dara Albright interviews Tom Cardinale, Tax Partner at EisnerAmper, to obtain insights and expertise on reasons behind the lack of cryptocurrency tax reporting, the importance as well as the challenges of good recordkeeping.

Podcast January 08, 2019 How the Government Shutdown Might Impact You

The government shutdown could adversely impact individuals and businesses. In this podcast, EisnerAmper's Michael Imber examines the impact on tax returns, the stock market, government grants and loans and more. Find out how the government shutdown m…

Podcast September 05, 2018 Wayfair Decision Impact on Remote Sales

Join Gary Bingel, EisnerAmper’s National SALT leader, and Tim Schuster discuss the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision, including sales tax implications, income tax implications and how to prepare for the challenges and opportunities to come.

Podcast April 24, 2018 What You Need to Know Now About Meals and Entertainment Expenses

In this segment, Carolyn Dolci—partner and leader in EisnerAmper’s Law Firm Services Group—discusses what you need to know about expensing meals and entertainment under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Podcast April 18, 2018 The Differences Between the Bonus and the 179 Depreciation

In this segment, Carolyn Dolci—partner and leader in EisnerAmper’s Law Firm Services Group—discusses tax reform within professional services firms and how the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact bonus depreciation.

Podcast December 28, 2017 How New Yorkers Can Prepay Their Property Taxes

Tim Speiss, Partner-in-Charge of EisnerAmper’s Personal Wealth Advisors Group, discusses how New Yorkers can prepay their property taxes early, according to Governor Cuomo’s Plan.

Podcast December 21, 2017 Talking Tax Reform

In a year of big news stories, tax reform is right up there. In this wide-ranging podcast, Timothy Speiss talks about key issues to keep an eye on, some below-the-radar elements of tax reform and what taxpayers can do to stay ahead of the curve.

Podcast July 25, 2017 Dissecting the Qualified Small Business Stock Exclusion

Ben Aspir, an EisnerAmper tax manager, examines the intricacies of the Qualified Small Business Stock Exclusion Section 1202, including corporate versus shareholder requirements, various tax implications and more.

Podcast February 28, 2017 How Startups Can Get an Immediate Cash Benefit from the R&D Credits

Allie Colman discusses changes to the PATH Act that make the R&D tax credit very attractive to start-ups and small businesses. Allie covers the impact on the payroll and AMT taxes, who qualifies, how much the credits are worth and how to apply.

Podcast December 02, 2016 Why You Shouldn't Dabble in a 382 Tax Study

Michael Grant, senior manager in EisnerAmper’s Tax Practice, discusses 382 Tax Studies, their affect on NOLs, and how a company's taxable income is treated after looking at historical equity transactions.

Podcast October 26, 2016 Tax Reporting of Foreign Direct Investment

Tim Speiss takes on off-shore investment tax reporting on U.S. tax returns – especially those with real estate, bank and investment account holding, where there are enhanced disclosure requirements including submitting balance sheets.

Podcast October 20, 2016 A Conversation with Mike Mardy, Former CFO of Tumi

CFO Mike Mardy and EisnerAmper's Corporate Tax Group, Partner-in-Charge Michael Hadjiloucas, discuss Tumi's IPO and recent sale and the role EisnerAmper played in Tumi's transition.

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