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Is Your Business Eligible for a New York Tax Credit of Up to $25,000?
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on July 6, 2022

New York State COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program Now Available Until Program Funds are Exhausted If you are an independently owned and operated business in New York State that...

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Recent New York State Tax Law Updates: Impact on Farmers
By Dave Porter, CPA on June 20, 2022

When the New York State budget was passed this spring, there were numerous law changes included that will affect farmers in New York State. While some of them are certain to be less...

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The Renewed Superfund Excise Tax on Chemical Substances
By Nick Zoyhofski, CPA on June 13, 2022

A Renewed Tax Headache for Your Manufacturing or Distribution Business? At the end of 2021, effective July 1, 2022, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act reinstated long dormant...

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Remote Work State Tax Compliance: What Employers Need to Know
By Don Warrant, CPA on September 21, 2021

Yet another unpleasant side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing battle with its variants is the potential state income/franchise, sales, and payroll tax consequences related to...

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The “NEW” York Pass-Through Entity Tax Election

The New York PTET May Help to Circumvent the $10,000 Federal Itemized Deduction Limitation for State and Local Taxes. The New York State 2021-22 budget bill included a new Pass-Through...

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Driving Innovation and Investments With R&D Tax Credits
By Joe Burwick, CPA on June 17, 2021

As a business owner, you recognize the importance of continuous investment in your business to stay ahead of the competition. But, as the business landscape becomes increasingly...

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