Tax Reform Resource Center

Helping Taxpayers Make Sense of the New Tax Law

Tax Reform Resource Center

Tax Reform Resource Center for NJ Businesses and Individuals
New Tax Planning Strategies Due to Tax Law

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed in December 2017, signaling the largest effort in tax reform since 1986. Individual and business taxpayer have decisions to make when it comes to their tax and financial plans in 2018.

Don’t work with just any tax preparer this tax season. Partner with a tax advisor who will help you plan and rethink your tax strategy in response to the new tax law.


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Latest Resources:


    3 Things to Know About Being a Pass-Through Entity Owner

    If you are a small business owner, including S corporations, partnerships and sole proprietorships, your planning probably got a lot trickier after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

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    New 2018 Capital Expense Rules

    There are a variety of new tax tools affecting how small businesses account for deducting the cost of capital purchases under the new tax law. Here’s what you need to know about them.

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    Meals, Entertainment, and Commuting Changes Under Tax Reform [Infographic]

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has made significant changes to the deductibility of meals, entertainment, and commuting benefits. These changes can be confusing and difficult to understand.

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    Tax Reform’s Impact on the Alcohol Industry

    All businesses and individuals will be effected by the changes included in the new tax law. There are specific items in the bill that will impact any business in the alcohol industry, both positively and negatively. How will your wine, beer, or spirits business be impacted?

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    How the Tax Brackets are Changing Under Tax Reform

    Whether you’re a middle class worker or a millionaire, the tax law will have an impact on you beginning in 2018. One of the most significant changes is the reduction of tax rates across the board.

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    What Does Tax Reform Mean for Me as an Individual?

    Many of the politicians touted the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act as the simplification of our tax code. While it is true that some people may now be able to file less complicated tax returns, the law contains so many provisions that it could effect each person’s tax return in a different way.

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    6 Big Changes to Itemized Deductions

    One of the key changes in the new law is a repeal to certain itemized deductions. Some of the most notable changes to itemized deductions as of 2018 include:

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    The Latest in Tax Reform: What You Need to Know About The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

    The compromise version of the tax bill known as The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was released on December 15, 2017. Highlights of this version of the bill are as follows: There are 7 new tax brackets at 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, 37%.

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    Alloy Silverstein Announces Tax Reform Forum Event

    In light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 becoming law, Alloy Silverstein has organized two panel discussions in January 2018 for South Jersey taxpayers to learn more about planning for the impending tax law.

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Alloy Silverstein’s Tax Planning Advisors:
  • Reynold P. Cicalese, CPA, PFS, CGMA

  • R. Dennis Vogt, CPA

  • John M. Adams, CPA, PFS, CFP®, CGMA

  • Reynold Cicalese III, CPA, MST

  • Anne D’Amico, CPA, PFS

  • Michael L. Engleman, CPA

  • David L. Evans, CPA

  • Robert W. Gargone, CPA

  • Richard A. Middleton, CPA

  • Kelly A. Raso, CPA

  • Kim M. Sheehan, CPA, PFS

  • Julie M. Strohlein, CPA

  • Christopher R. Cicalese, CPA, MSTFP

  • David DeSorte, CPA