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Taxes in Ten Citrin Cooperman

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Podcast by Citrin Cooperman

    Taxes In Ten: DeFi and Tax Planning

    Taxes In Ten: DeFi and Tax Planning

    In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman Tax Manager Peter Goodrich from our New York City office to discuss the decentralized finance (DeFi) component of the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry and the related potential tax implications. DeFi is a nascent but rapidly growing market and navigating the current IRS guidelines surrounding this subject matter can be unclear.

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    • 7 min
    Taxes in Ten: Pass-Through Entity Tax at the State Level

    Taxes in Ten: Pass-Through Entity Tax at the State Level

    In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman State and Local Tax (SALT) Practice Principal Jaime Reichardt from our Philadelphia office to discuss pass-through entity taxes at the state level and why more states are adopting this new regime. They also explore some of the nuances and considerations which pass-through entities and their owners or officers should consider before making a decision to elect into these new taxes, including tax savings, administrative costs, and how other states will treat these new taxes.

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    • 12 min
    Taxes in Ten: Cryptocurrency - General Taxation and IRS Enforcement Efforts

    Taxes in Ten: Cryptocurrency - General Taxation and IRS Enforcement Efforts

    There has been significant misinformation on cryptocurrency tax rules among the general public. In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman Partner Mark DiMichael to discuss this hot new topic. Mark discusses the IRS guidance (and lack thereof), IRS enforcement efforts, and practical considerations for tracking gains and losses.

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    • 14 min
    Taxes In Ten: R&D Tax Credits

    Taxes In Ten: R&D Tax Credits

    In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman Tax Manager Debra Tierney to discuss research & development(R&D) tax credits. With the passing of the 2015 PATH Act, R&D Credits became a permanent addition to the IRS tax code, and are beneficial to many industries and types of entities.

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    • 10 min
    Taxes In Ten - American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

    Taxes In Ten - American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

    In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman Tax Partner Ronald Hegt and State and Local Tax Practice Leader David Seiden to discuss the individual tax provisions of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) including the new stimulus checks, reduced taxation on unemployment compensation, and increased credits. They also cover the May 17 extension for individual returns and the impact of these changes on state income taxation.

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    • 12 min
    Taxes In Ten - Corporate Transparency Act

    Taxes In Ten - Corporate Transparency Act

    In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman Tax Manager Liz D'Amore to discuss the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). In January, the CTA was enacted as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021. The CTA requires reporting a corporation or LLC’s direct or indirect individual owners to FinCEN likely by the beginning of 2022. Its purpose is to remedy what Congress believes are individuals using corporate structures to participate in various illegal activities such as money laundering, tax evasion, terrorism, and other national security threats.

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    • 9 min

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