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Join Anchin’s Private Equity Industry Group, in cooperation with Maples Fund Services and Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt, for our inaugural event - a roundtable discussion about current topics and trends affecting the industry. Read More
In this interactive session, cybersecurity experts explore a real cyber breach and will share insights regarding cyber preparation, incident response, legal considerations, insurance needs, and how to best protect your business and its assets. Read More
Join us on Thursday, June 14, 2018 for the annual New York Construction Awards, presented by Anchin, in cooperation with the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC-NY) and the Subcontractors Trade Association (STA). Designed to highlight rapidly growing and innovative Construction, Design (Architecture & Engineering) and Development companies and industry leaders, this event will honor a select group of outstanding companies and will provide an incredible opportunity to network with other industry colleagues and professionals. Read More
- Cybersecurity: Active Defense Management and Incident Response Planning6/7/2018
Anchin and Redpoint Cybersecurity are pleased to invite you to join an important cybersecurity panel discussion on the subject of Active Defense Management and Incident Response Planning.
- Food for Thought: State of the Food and Beverage Industry Event 20185/31/2018
Created with food and beverage and consumer product brands, manufacturers, distributors and retailers in mind, the event offers a blend of valuable insight and meaningful connections.
- Department of Commerce Form BE-12 Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investments in the United States May be Required for U.S. Fund Managers5/22/2018
Form BE-12 (Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investments in the United States) is required to be filed every fifth year, in place of Form BE-15 (which is for annual reporting that falls outside of the five-year reporting). This Form is filed with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (“BEA”). The next Form BE-12 filing is due on May 31, 2018 (June 30, 2018 if using the BEA’s e-file system).
- Did the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 Increase the Value of Equity Interests?5/22/2018
At first glance, a business or equity owner might conclude that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the “Act”) increased the value of equity interests by 20% upon its signing by the President. By cutting corporate level taxes, the value of any business would, on the surface, immediately rise. However, the answer is not so straightforward.
- New Qualified Opportunity (Zone) Funds Offer Significant Tax Incentives for Investors5/18/2018
The Economic Opportunity Zones program was created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in December of 2017 to incentivize the private sector to invest long term in qualified low-income communities throughout the United States in order to spur economic development and job creation. The program seeks to utilize a portion of the estimated 2.3 trillion dollars of unrealized capital gains (in the stock market and mutual funds alone) for development in these designated areas.
- Impact of the Recent Tax Reform on the Private Equity Industry5/15/2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Tax Act”), which was signed into law on December 22, enacted a broad range of changes with most provisions taking effect for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017. This alert summarizes some of the key (federal) tax provisions of the Tax Act affecting the private equity industry.
- New York Reacts to Federal Tax Reform5/3/2018
On March 30, 2018, the New York State legislature enacted its $168.3B budget for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019. Provisions in the budget were designed to offset some of the negative effects of the recently-passed federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Will these provisions hold up? Should you try to take advantage of them? Here are some early thoughts.
- Governmentʼs New Tax Law Helps Contractors Catch a Break5/2/2018
The TCJA contains some significant provisions affecting contractors, including a potentially substantial (temporary) deduction for owners of 'pass-through' entities. Anchin's Marc Newman shares more with Real Estate Weekly.
- Building Ownership and Compliance in New York City4/30/2018
Whether they live in the building or rent it out, building owners in New York City are responsible for following the city codes to ensure the safety of residents and the surrounding areas.
- New Section 179 and Bonus Depreciation Deduction Rules for Equipment Purchases4/30/2018
When deciding whether to take Section 179 deductions or bonus depreciation, one must consider the other changes in the tax law, such as the excess loss limitation rules, to be sure that they can benefit from these deductions.