In his Tax Tips column, Sidney Kess, CPA-attorney and of counsel at Kostelanetz & Fink, writes that due to new law changes effective in 2013, several of the tax rules for trusts have changed
...York (Paul R. Niehaus of counsel), for appellants. Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld LLP, Jericho (Joseph Milano of counsel), for respondent. ...
Robert S. Barnett, a partner at Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld, writes: Recent cases have created a split among the circuits on the question of whether a basis overstatement is an omission of gr
Robert Barnett, a partner at Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld, and Renato Matos, an associate at the firm, write that while Bankruptcy Code ?522 provides debtors with certain exemptions from prope
Robert S. Barnett, a member of Capell Barnett Matalon and Schoenfeld, and Andreea Olteanu, an associate at the firm, write that under normal circumstances, assets includible in a decedent's taxable e
In this Special Section from the New York Law Journal: "Roth IRA Universe Widens," "Promissory Notes and Medicaid Planning," "The Estate Tax Apportionment Clause: Friend Or Foe?," "Taxing Income in R
Robert S. Barnett, a member of Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld, and Andreea Olteanu, an associate at the firm, write: Due to the current market decline, many not-for-profit corporations are confr
Robert S. Barnett, a partner at Capell Barnett Matalon and Schoenfeld, writes that it has long been settled that gambling income is includable in gross income, but an area of consistent controversy h
Robert S. Barnett, a partner in Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld, writes to help practitioners become aware of the technical requirements in order to assist their clients in choosing the proper fo
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