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What’s New with Tax Aspects of Virtual Currency in 2018?

Insight Melinda Fellner Bramwit Melinda Fellner Bramwit · March 14, 2018
It’s everywhere. Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency funds. Millennials mining.   The rules applicable to taxation of virtual currency transactions have been around for a few years.  Here’s a helpful primer on the main points. Click here to view the article.

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Reframing the Estate Attorney’s Role with Legacy Families

Insight Roy P. Kozupsky Roy P. Kozupsky · January 24, 2018
Attorneys advising wealthy families, their business enterprises and philanthropic initiatives are frequently asked by these clients what strategy will help them navigate the inevitable family conflicts and stay true their core purpose and mission. Just how are the fabric and goals of the family perpetuated? One might think that the logical

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Summary of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act prepared by the US House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means

Insight Susan F. Klein Susan F. Klein · Lisa Weinstein Burns Lisa Weinstein Burns · November 02, 2017
Below is a summary of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act prepared by the US House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means was distributed on November 2.  The Summary is sparse on details especially with respect to the taxation of pass-throughs (partnerships, limited liability companies and S corporations) and the taxation of foreign income

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Primer on the IRS Partnership Audit Rules and How to Approach Them for Your Partnership

Insight Melinda Fellner Bramwit Melinda Fellner Bramwit · November 02, 2017
In November of 2015 Congress replaced the rules governing audit procedures for partnerships (generally known as the TEFRA rules, for the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act). These new rules are in the spotlight now because they are generally effective for partnership years beginning after 2017, and from a practical perspective, most

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International Tax Attorney, Ajay Whittemore, joins Rimon as Partner in its San Francisco office

News October 25, 2017
Ajay Whittemore joins Rimon Law as a Partner in its Tax and Trust and Estate groups. Mr. Whittemore’s practice focuses on international tax planning and controversies. In the planning area, Mr. Whittemore advises clients regarding both inbound and outbound matters, including tax treaty analysis, transfer pricing, tax deferral opportunities,

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Client Alert: U.S. Treasury Regulation Changes Could Impact Foreign Owned Single Member LLCs.

Insight Melinda Fellner Bramwit Melinda Fellner Bramwit · May 23, 2017
Changes to US Treasury Regulations Under Section 6038 of the Internal Revenue Code could affect filings for single member LLCs owned by non-US persons. Many non-resident individuals and non-resident entities maintain title to real estate and other assets in single member limited liability companies incorporated under state law in the United

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Inside M&A: The Tax Transactional Survey 2017

Insight Susan F. Klein Susan F. Klein · March 07, 2017
Despite a relatively active 2016 M&A market in the United States, there is considerable concern that uncertainty, with respect to both proposed tax reform and administrative developments, may dampen the 2017 US M&A market. Rimon’s International Tax Partner, Susan Klein, stated "I query whether people are going to be very

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Transactional and Individual Tax Attorney Melinda Fellner Bramwit Joins Rimon’s New York and New Jersey Offices

News April 25, 2016
New York April 25, 2016 – Continuing to grow its transactional tax practice, Rimon Law has added Melinda Fellner Bramwit as a Partner in its New York and New Jersey offices. Ms. Fellner Bramwit joins Rimon from Norris McLaughlin & Marcus P.A., where she also worked as a Partner. Melinda represents clients in federal, state and

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Lecture at Georgetown University Law Center’s graduate tax class on “Advising Foreign Businesses About American State and Local Taxation—And a Few Words About Tax Haven Legislation.”

Nov 11, 2015 5:45PM - 7:45PM Eastern

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On November 11, 2015, Rimon Counsel David A. Fruchtman will guest lecture to Georgetown University Law Center’s graduate tax class on “Advising Foreign Businesses About American State and Local  Taxation -- And a Few Words About Tax Haven Legislation."

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Congress Should Exclude Sales of Services From Any Remote Vendor Tax Collection Legislation. Bloomberg BNA , Daily Tax Report.

Insight August 14, 2015

No topic in the state tax world is more controversial than the potential imposition of sales and use tax collection responsibilities on remote vendors (i.e.,retailers lacking substantial nexus with the state at issue).

The dispute is loud and public, with battle lines that seem to offer no real hope for compromise. The states estimate that there will be an enormous increase in tax revenue if remote vendors are required to collect taxes on their sales; on the other hand, industry officials predict substantial adverse effects on remote vendors’ sales, coupled with unreasonable compliance costs.

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