In his Tax Tips column, Sidney Kess, of counsel at Kostelanetz & Fink, writes: In 2013, there is a new, harsher tax landscape for high-income taxpayers. The top rates on ordinary income, capital gain
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Edwards Wildman Palmer's Leslie J. Levinson, Eric Fader and George Greenslade discuss several initiatives that New York state and the federal government are implementing that they believe will increa
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