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Construction Executive published an article on considerations for structuring contractor entities under the new tax law, by Partner James Lundy, Senior Manager Ashlie Forum, and Senior Associate Ashley McDougle.


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Construction Executive published an article on considerations for structuring contractor entities under the new tax law, by Partner James Lundy, Senior Manager Ashlie Forum, and Senior Associate Ashley McDougle.

This article examines how the TCJA affects contractors who are trying to determine the best ownership structure for their businesses, whether as a C corporation or a pass-through entity.

 
California Apparel News quoted Retail Group Co-Leader Ron Friedman in an article about how the demise of Dressbarn underscores the need for new manufacturing business models.


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California Apparel News quoted Retail Group Co-Leader Ron Friedman in an article about how the demise of Dressbarn underscores the need for new manufacturing business models.

The recent announcement that Dressbarn was closing its chain of 650 stores drove home the growing dilemma for U.S. apparel manufacturers. There are just fewer retailers to sell to these days.

 
Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Weiner was interviewed on Yahoo Finance about the disruption the new China tariffs will cause in the American economy.


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Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Weiner was interviewed on Yahoo Finance about the disruption the new China tariffs will cause in the American economy.

Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Weiner was interviewed on YahooFinance about the disruption the new China tariffs will cause in the American economy.

 
The Los Angeles Times quoted Retail Group Leader Ronald Friedman in an article about the consumer impact of tariffs on Chinese imports.


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The Los Angeles Times quoted Retail Group Leader Ronald Friedman in an article about the consumer impact of tariffs on Chinese imports.

Major retailers are sounding the alarm: The U.S.-China trade battle could be coming to a mall near you in the form of higher prices in time for the back-to-school and holiday shopping seasons.

 
ABL Advisor reported the results of the Marcum-Hofstra CEO Survey.


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ABL Advisor reported the results of the Marcum-Hofstra CEO Survey.

Marcum LLP and Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business have joined forces to survey the nation’s business leaders about their outlook on the business environment.

 
California Apparel News reported on the 2019 Marcum Retail Symposium, held in Los Angeles May 9.


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California Apparel News reported on the 2019 Marcum Retail Symposium, held in Los Angeles May 9.

The future of retail is looking like a chapter out of a science-fiction novel.

 
Bloomberg News quoted Partner Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of Corporate Tax Compliance and Planning, about Senator Marco Rubio’s proposed plan for taxing corporate stock buy-backs.


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Bloomberg News quoted Partner Jeffrey Winkleman, partner-in-charge of Corporate Tax Compliance and Planning, about Senator Marco Rubio’s proposed plan for taxing corporate stock buy-backs.

Republican Senator Marco Rubio is on a crusade to compel corporations to prioritize long-term growth over quarterly profits.

 
Long Island Business News reported the results of the first Marcum LLP-Hofstra University CEO Survey.


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Long Island Business News reported the results of the first Marcum LLP-Hofstra University CEO Survey.

CEOs of middle-market companies are bullish on the economy, according to results released this week from a national joint survey by accounting firm Marcum and the Hofstra University Frank G. Zarb School of Business.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Partner Robert Mercado and Supervisor Megan Moriarty, about understanding the importance of contract ratios.


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Construction Executive published an article by Partner Robert Mercado and Supervisor Megan Moriarty, about understanding the importance of contract ratios.

Contractors are required to provide financial statements to various outside parties, such as banks, bonding companies, customers and divisions of governments for prequalification purposes.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Partners Robert Mercado and William Clark about maximizing contractor capital for increased bonding capacity.


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Construction Executive published an article by Partners Robert Mercado and William Clark about maximizing contractor capital for increased bonding capacity.

Many contractors rely heavily on surety credit, also known as bonding capacity, in order to bid and win projects. It is important to understand how surety credit is calculated and what efforts can maximize that credit.

 
Long Island Business News interviewed Senior Tax Manager Heather Santonino for a story about how the first tax filing season under the new tax law affected individual taxpayers.


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Long Island Business News interviewed Senior Tax Manager Heather Santonino for a story about how the first tax filing season under the new tax law affected individual taxpayers.

It was a tumultuous tax season for taxpayers and their accountants as the full impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was revealed.

 
Bloomberg News quoted Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti in an article about the IPO of vegetarian food producer Beyond Meat.


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Bloomberg News quoted Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti in an article about the IPO of vegetarian food producer Beyond Meat.

Now, the rush is to get in on anything that smacks of vegetarian meat products.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Senior Tax Manager Ashlie Forum on the impact of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act on construction contractors.


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Construction Executive published an article by Senior Tax Manager Ashlie Forum on the impact of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act on construction contractors.

Although the total impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will only be determined with time, certain changes that begin with the 2018 tax year will have an immediate impact on contractors.

 
Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti’s May column for Forbes focused on the growth of private label in food retailing.


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Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti’s May column for Forbes focused on the growth of private label in food retailing.

Private label strategy isn’t just an afterthought. It’s the main ring for many retailers, but strategies vary.

 
Skilled Nursing News cited Marcum’s 2019 benchmark study of nursing home profitability in an article about the bleak future of Medicare funding to skilled nursing facilities.


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Skilled Nursing News cited Marcum’s 2019 benchmark study of nursing home profitability in an article about the bleak future of Medicare funding to skilled nursing facilities.

The trust fund that supports Medicare Part A coverage will run out of money to cover full benefits in just seven years, the federal government announced.

 
Food & Beverage leader Louis Biscotti wrote about the Brand Carousel for his Forbes column in April.


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Food & Beverage leader Louis Biscotti wrote about the Brand Carousel for his Forbes column in April.

Let’s take a look at a few recent cases of companies reaching for and getting rid of rings or brands that they no longer wanted.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner James Miller and Supervisor Megan Moriarty, about the revenue recognition standards for privately held construction companies.


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Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner James Miller and Supervisor Megan Moriarty, about the revenue recognition standards for privately held construction companies.

The adoption of Accounting Standards Codification 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, is in full swing.

 
The San Francisco Chronicle quoted Regional Managing Partner Jeff Pera in an article about why your 2018 tax bill went up or down.


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The San Francisco Chronicle quoted Regional Managing Partner Jeff Pera in an article about why your 2018 tax bill went up or down.

The sweeping federal tax law that took effect last year, the biggest in more than three decades, left many people shocked, angry and befuddled.

 
NBC Connecticut interviewed Tax Partner Michael Maksymiw, Jr. for a story about options available to taxpayers who haven’t yet filed their 2018 tax returns.


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NBC Connecticut interviewed Tax Partner Michael Maksymiw, Jr. for a story about options available to taxpayers who haven’t yet filed their 2018 tax returns.

People who have yet to have their taxes prepared may have a tough time finding an accountant to help at this late date.

 
Best Company quoted Boston Office Managing Partner Douglas Farrington in an article about tax extensions.


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Best Company quoted Boston Office Managing Partner Douglas Farrington in an article about tax extensions.

Tax Day, April 15th, is fast approaching. If you’re a procrastinator, don’t have all of your documents ready, or won’t have time to file your taxes by the deadline, a tax extension can give you more time to get everything ready.

 
Bloomberg News quoted Tax Leader Joseph Perry in an article about a Moody’s report that the new ceiling on the federal deduction of state and local taxes is not causing a migration of high net worth taxpayers to low tax states.


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Bloomberg News quoted Tax Leader Joseph Perry in an article about a Moody’s report that the new ceiling on the federal deduction of state and local taxes is not causing a migration of high net worth taxpayers to low tax states.

A new limit on state and local tax deductions isn’t forcing taxpayers to leave NY, NJ and CA despite claims from some Democratic politicians that the federal tax overhaul is causing a mass exodus of wealthy residents, according to Moody’s Investor Service.

 
CPA Trendlines featured Advisory Partner Gary Rosen in an article about the “green rush” to cannabis and how accounting professionals are advising cannabis clients.


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CPA Trendlines featured Advisory Partner Gary Rosen in an article about the “green rush” to cannabis and how accounting professionals are advising cannabis clients.

There’s no denying it - cannabis is hot and more people (CPAs included) are jumping in to be part of the Green Rush.

 
Hartford Business Journal quoted Nonprofit Tax Leader Frank Smith in an article about the impact of the new tax law on fundraising.


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Hartford Business Journal quoted Nonprofit Tax Leader Frank Smith in an article about the impact of the new tax law on fundraising.

Some local nonprofits are seeing fewer donations in wake of federal tax law changes.

 
The New York Times quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about deducting the cost of owning a plane under the new tax rules.


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The New York Times quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about deducting the cost of owning a plane under the new tax rules.

Dream of owning a plane? This tax break can help dream of owning a plane.

 
CBS Evening News featured National Tax Leader Joseph Perry discussing the complexities of the 2018 tax filing season.


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CBS Evening News featured National Tax Leader Joseph Perry discussing the complexities of the 2018 tax filing season.

Accountant Joe Perry calls this the Super Bowl for accounting firms because you have to be a pro to figure all this out.

 
NACVA QuickRead published an article by Advisory Director Ali Ansari discussing the red flags that signal money laundering and the safeguards to understand, monitor, and control the risks.


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NACVA QuickRead published an article by Advisory Director Ali Ansari discussing the red flags that signal money laundering and the safeguards to understand, monitor, and control the risks.

It seems every few months we read about a financial institution involved in a money laundering scandal.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner Robert Mercado about how to successfully structure a joint venture between construction contractors.


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Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner Robert Mercado about how to successfully structure a joint venture between construction contractors.

The construction industry continues to witness the creation of joint ventures among contractors of all sizes, and for a variety of reasons.

 
Insight magazine interviewed Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Weiner about women in accounting and how firms are helping more women advance in the profession.


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Insight magazine interviewed Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Weiner about women in accounting and how firms are helping more women advance in the profession.

The accounting and finance profession has a long way to go to reach gender parity across its leadership ranks, but putting women’s advancement and personal development at the top of the to-do list could tip the scales toward empowerment and equality.

 
Marcum’s latest column for Construction Accounting & Taxation discussed the labor shortage plaguing the construction industry.


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Marcum’s latest column for Construction Accounting & Taxation discussed the labor shortage plaguing the construction industry.

A solution to the construction industry's shortage of skilled workers may be found in proactive programs that combat the demographics of age with the demographics of gender.

 
The Mann Report published an article by Tax Partner Kurt Koegl about opportunity zone funds.


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The Mann Report published an article by Tax Partner Kurt Koegl about opportunity zone funds.

The Opportunity Zone program was enacted in December 2017 as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

 
Retail Group Co-Leader Ronald Friedman wrote about changes in the online retail sector for the March issue of Fashion Mannuscript.


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Retail Group Co-Leader Ronald Friedman wrote about changes in the online retail sector for the March issue of Fashion Mannuscript.

Retail has been performing well after a strong 2018, with a record-breaking holiday season followed by continued growth in 2019.

 
CNBC quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about state workarounds to the $10,000 federal ceiling on deductions for state and local taxes.


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CNBC quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio in an article about state workarounds to the $10,000 federal ceiling on deductions for state and local taxes.

Things are looking uncertain for filers hoping to get a break on their 2018 federal taxes by contributing to state-run charitable funds.

 
Construction Dive quoted Assurance Partner James Miller in an article about managing cash flow.


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Construction Dive quoted Assurance Partner James Miller in an article about managing cash flow.

For many contractors, financing existing jobs while investing in new work is a big balancing act that forces them to constantly weigh one financial obligation.

 
Construction Dive interviewed Assurance Partner James Miller about best cash flow practices for construction contractors.


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Construction Dive interviewed Assurance Partner James Miller about best cash flow practices for construction contractors.

For many contractors, financing existing jobs while investing in new work is a big balancing act that forces them to constantly weigh one financial obligation.

 
Skilled Nursing News cited Marcum’s recent benchmark study of the healthcare Industry and quoted Healthcare Leader Matthew Bavolack on the anticipated effect of the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) on long-term care facilities.


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Skilled Nursing News cited Marcum’s recent benchmark study of the healthcare Industry and quoted Healthcare Leader Matthew Bavolack on the anticipated effect of the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) on long-term care facilities.

Pressured by already light coffers and razor-thin margins, skilled nursing facilities could see an even wider gulf grow between top and bottom performers under the new Medicare payment model.

 
The Peggy Smedley Show interviewed Assurance Partner Rob Mercado for a program about the future of construction labor and how to attract new talent to the industry.


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The Peggy Smedley Show interviewed Assurance Partner Rob Mercado for a program about the future of construction labor and how to attract new talent to the industry.

What is the future of construction labor and how do you attract new talent to the industry?

 
Long Island Business News announced the merger of Guyder Hurley into Marcum’s New England Region.


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Long Island Business News announced the merger of Guyder Hurley into Marcum’s New England Region.

Marcum has acquired Braintree, Mass.-based public accounting firm Guyder Hurley.

 
Accounting Today reported the merger of affordable housing specialty firm Guyder Hurley into Marcum.


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Accounting Today reported the merger of affordable housing specialty firm Guyder Hurley into Marcum.

Marcum LLP, a Top 100 Firm based in New York, has combined with Guyder Hurley P.C., a firm headquartered in Braintree, Massachusetts that specializes in servicing clients in the affordable housing industry, expanding Marcum’s presence in New England.

 
Boston Business Journal reported the merger of Braintree, MA, CPA firm Guyder Hurley into Marcum.


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Boston Business Journal reported the merger of Braintree, MA, CPA firm Guyder Hurley into Marcum.

The international professional services firm Marcum LLP has merged with Guyder Hurley PC, a Braintree-based accounting firm that specializes in the affordable housing industry.

 
The Georgetown Dish reported on the Marcum-CARE Social Investors Day at Marcum’s Washington DC office, which was dedicated to promoting impact investing.


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The Georgetown Dish reported on the Marcum-CARE Social Investors Day at Marcum’s Washington DC office, which was dedicated to promoting impact investing.

At the inaugural “Social Investors Day,” some 80 leaders in the field discussed how to reduce poverty and advance economic rights.

 
The South Florida Business Journal reported on a Qualified Opportunity Zone panel held at Marcum’s Miami office.


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The South Florida Business Journal reported on a Qualified Opportunity Zone panel held at Marcum’s Miami office.

More than 50 real estate professionals, developers and investors were in attendance for a panel discussion on Qualified Opportunity Zone investments hosted March 20 at the offices of Marcum LLP in downtown Miami.

 
Billboard magazine interviewed Tax Partner Robert Pesce about business expenses and tax deductions for performing artists.


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Billboard magazine interviewed Tax Partner Robert Pesce about business expenses and tax deductions for performing artists.

No matter how well a musician is set up as a business, some deductions can be tough to pull off.

 
Mysocialgoodnews.com published a recap of the Marcum-CARE Mock Social Investors Day on January 21, which was dedicated to promoting impact investing and advancing women and girls globally.


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Mysocialgoodnews.com published a recap of the Marcum-CARE Mock Social Investors Day on January 21, which was dedicated to promoting impact investing and advancing women and girls globally.

Dozens of would-be investors attended the event, which showcased nine gender-focused social enterprises operated by CARE in Asia, Latin America, and Africa.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Robert Mercado and Senior Manager Adam Canosa on the important of calculating burden in order to project profitability of construction jobs.


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Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Robert Mercado and Senior Manager Adam Canosa on the important of calculating burden in order to project profitability of construction jobs.

When analyzing performance on construction projects, two significant aspects of cost, direct and indirect, must be considered.

 
Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti’s March column for Forbes focuses on brand-building by Big Food.


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Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti’s March column for Forbes focuses on brand-building by Big Food.

Kraft Heinz has been busy lately launching new products – and deciding what to do with some of its biggest, oldest brands.

 
HFMWeek quoted Assurance Partner Marni Pankin in an article about venture capital investment in cannabis and the challenges facing cannabis funds.


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HFMWeek quoted Assurance Partner Marni Pankin in an article about venture capital investment in cannabis and the challenges facing cannabis funds.

In the US there are 33 states that have approved medical marijuana and 10 that have approved recreational marijuana, with at least eight states, including New York, Connecticut and Illinois, expected to legalise it this year.

 
PYMNTS.com quoted Philadelphia Tax Partner-in-Charge Edward Reitmeyer in an article about the critical role CPAs play in helping small businesses compute their tax liability under the new tax rules.


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PYMNTS.com quoted Philadelphia Tax Partner-in-Charge Edward Reitmeyer in an article about the critical role CPAs play in helping small businesses compute their tax liability under the new tax rules.

With the first tax season post-tax reform nearing completion in the U.S., the small business accounting sector has seen even more evidence that the advisory role of SMB accountants remains of prominent importance.

 
Construction Executive published an article on the new lease accounting standards, by Assurance Partner Bill Clark and Accounting Services Director Ira Kantor.


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Construction Executive published an article on the new lease accounting standards, by Assurance Partner Bill Clark and Accounting Services Director Ira Kantor.

Construction industry financial professionals have been cautiously awaiting the new lease standard (ASC 842) to take effect, and that time is finally here.

 
Construction Demolition & Recycling announced the 2018 Marcum JOLTS Analysis of construction labor trends.


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Construction Demolition & Recycling announced the 2018 Marcum JOLTS Analysis of construction labor trends.

A new survey shows construction accounted for 12.5 percent of all jobs last year.

 
Construction Specifier reported on the 2018 Marcum JOLTS analysis of construction labor trends.


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Construction Specifier reported on the 2018 Marcum JOLTS analysis of construction labor trends.

Marcum LLP’s annual analysis of industry job trends for 2018 shows construction was a bright spot in the national labor market.

 
Commercial Construction & Renovation posted the results of the 2018 Marcum JOLTS Analysis of construction labor trends.


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Commercial Construction & Renovation posted the results of the 2018 Marcum JOLTS Analysis of construction labor trends.

Marcum LLP today released its annual analysis of construction industry job trends for 2018, based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey.

 
Project Uptime interviewed Tax Partner Jim Lundy for an article about the classification of construction contractors v. employees.


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Project Uptime interviewed Tax Partner Jim Lundy for an article about the classification of construction contractors v. employees.

Tax season is here. One big challenge for construction companies is classifying its different workers.

 
Accounting Today published an article by Assurance Partner Leo Moretti, about the need to change the training model for the next generation of auditors.


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Accounting Today published an article by Assurance Partner Leo Moretti, about the need to change the training model for the next generation of auditors.

I believe that all of us with a stake in the future of audit services, both in academia and in public accounting, understand the importance of grasping how traditional audit services are being transformed by technology.

 
CNBC interviewed Tax Partner Robert Spielman about last-minute tax strategies for 2018.


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CNBC interviewed Tax Partner Robert Spielman about last-minute tax strategies for 2018.

Most of the last-minute opportunities to reduce your tax liabilities for 2018 have come and gone.

 
Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner Warren Hennagin and Assurance Manager Andy Choi, about processes contractors can use to accurately project profitability.


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Construction Executive published an article by Assurance Partner Warren Hennagin and Assurance Manager Andy Choi, about processes contractors can use to accurately project profitability.

Qualified skilled labor should be plentiful; however many construction workers left the industry during the recession of 2007 to 2008 and never returned.

 
Skilled Nursing News reported on Marcum’s inaugural benchmarking study of the long-term care industry.


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Skilled Nursing News reported on Marcum’s inaugural benchmarking study of the long-term care industry.

The average nursing home in the United States lost four cents per patient day in the year 2017, according to a new analysis from a national accounting firm.

 
McKnight’s Long Term Care News interviewed Healthcare Leader Matthew Bavolack for an article about Marcum’s new benchmark study on nursing home industry trends.


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McKnight’s Long Term Care News interviewed Healthcare Leader Matthew Bavolack for an article about Marcum’s new benchmark study on nursing home industry trends.

The decline in nursing home beds has been even worse than previously believed, according to a new analysis.

 
Marcum’s leadership in IPO audits in 2018 was reported by Long Island Business News.


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Marcum’s leadership in IPO audits in 2018 was reported by Long Island Business News.

Marcum performed more IPO audits in 2018 than any other accounting firm outside the Big Four, according to a newly released report from Audit Analytics.

 
Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga was featured in an article by Long Island Business News, about women managing partners at CPA firms.


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Melville Office Managing Partner Carolyn Mazzenga was featured in an article by Long Island Business News, about women managing partners at CPA firms.

LIBN talked to Marcum's Long Island managing partner, Carolyn Mazzenga, about her path to the top, as well as the challenges the profession faces in retaining top women and developing them into future firm leaders.

 
Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti wrote about the imperative for F&B companies to be nimble and innovative, in his February column for Forbes.


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Food & Beverage Leader Louis Biscotti wrote about the imperative for F&B companies to be nimble and innovative, in his February column for Forbes.

Iconic food and beverage companies are finding that innovation matters, whether that’s coffee or other categories.

 
CEO Update interviewed Karen Schuler, managing director for search, transition and planning at Raffa - Marcum’s Nonprofit and Social Sector Group, for a story about succession planning.


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CEO Update interviewed Karen Schuler, managing director for search, transition and planning at Raffa - Marcum’s Nonprofit and Social Sector Group, for a story about succession planning.

Succession planning should extend to other C-suite executives and critical employees, such as the head of IT, as change is inevitable.

 
The New York State Brewers Association blog published a post by Senior Manager David Oksenhorn, about benefits to the craft brewing industry if the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (CBMTRA) of 2017 is made permanent.


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The New York State Brewers Association blog published a post by Senior Manager David Oksenhorn, about benefits to the craft brewing industry if the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (CBMTRA) of 2017 is made permanent.

The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2017 gave the craft brewing industry a lift by temporarily lowering the federal excise tax for breweries, wineries, and distilled spirit producers.

 
Bloomberg Markets Radio invited National Tax Leader Joseph Perry onto the program to discuss the 2019 tax season.


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Bloomberg Markets Radio invited National Tax Leader Joseph Perry onto the program to discuss the 2019 tax season.

Bloomberg Markets Radio invited National Tax Leader Joseph Perry onto the program to discuss the 2019 tax season.

 
CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange invited National Tax Leader Joseph Perry to discuss the new federal cap on the deduction of state and local taxes and its impact on residents of high-tax states.


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CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange invited National Tax Leader Joseph Perry to discuss the new federal cap on the deduction of state and local taxes and its impact on residents of high-tax states.

Joseph Perry, National Tax Leader of Marcum, discusses the big changes individuals should be paying attention to when they do their taxes this year, and how to best maximize their refund.

 
KMOX-AM News Radio in St. Louis interviewed Retail Group Co-Leader Ron Friedman for a story about the changing retail landscape.


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KMOX-AM News Radio in St. Louis interviewed Retail Group Co-Leader Ron Friedman for a story about the changing retail landscape.

KMOX-AM News Radio in St. Louis interviewed Retail Group Co-Leader Ron Friedman for a story about the changing retail landscape.

 
Associated Press quoted National Tax Leader Joseph Perry in an article about new limits on business deductions for small businesses.


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Associated Press quoted National Tax Leader Joseph Perry in an article about new limits on business deductions for small businesses.

As small business owners compile their income tax returns, they'll confront some of their losses from the new tax law: popular deductions that have disappeared or been reduced.

 
Fox 5 News at 5 interviewed National Tax Leader Joseph Perry about the impact of the new tax law on taxpayer refunds.


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Fox 5 News at 5 interviewed National Tax Leader Joseph Perry about the impact of the new tax law on taxpayer refunds.

Fox 5 News at 5 interviewed National Tax Leader Joseph Perry about the impact of the new tax law on taxpayer refunds.

 
MarketWatch quoted Tax & Business Services Leader Joseph Perry about the lack of IRS guidance on the new tax law, which is complicating on-time filing for individual taxpayers.


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MarketWatch quoted Tax & Business Services Leader Joseph Perry about the lack of IRS guidance on the new tax law, which is complicating on-time filing for individual taxpayers.

Americans are still making sense of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the largest tax-law reform in 30 years. The TCJA was enacted in December 2017, but many Americans are still unsure how it affects them, even though they’ll incorporate those changes into their returns for the first time this year.

 
MaineBiz reported the merger of Portland CPAs Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett into Marcum.


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MaineBiz reported the merger of Portland CPAs Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett into Marcum.

Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett, a full-service accounting firm in Portland, has merged with Marcum LLP.

 
Construction Leader Joseph Natarelli and Chief Construction Economist Anirban Basu wrote about the proliferation of new corporate campuses and its impact on local economic development, for the Jan/Feb issue of Construction Accounting & Taxation


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Construction Leader Joseph Natarelli and Chief Construction Economist Anirban Basu wrote about the proliferation of new corporate campuses and its impact on local economic development, for the Jan/Feb issue of Construction Accounting & Taxation

At the heart of recent locational decisions made by Apple, Amazon, and Google has been a search for top talent. The result is that superstar companies are attracted to superstar cities that appeal to superstar employees, providing these communities with a commanding advantage in an economy based upon research, development, and innovation.

 
The New York Times quoted Maury Cartine, partner-in-charge of New York City Tax & Business Services, in an article about the complexities of taxing the wealthiest Americans.


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The New York Times quoted Maury Cartine, partner-in-charge of New York City Tax & Business Services, in an article about the complexities of taxing the wealthiest Americans.

Taxing the wealthiest Americans at a higher rate may be good politics, since most voters won’t be affected. But while two recent proposals sound simple enough, they could be difficult to put into effect.

 
Retail Group Co-Leader Ronald Friedman wrote a year in  review of how the retail industry fared in 2018, for Fashion Mannuscript.


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Retail Group Co-Leader Ronald Friedman wrote a year in review of how the retail industry fared in 2018, for Fashion Mannuscript.

Black Friday is one of the leading indicators as to how a given year turns out for retailers.

 
Food & Beverage Leader Lou Biscotti’s January column for Forbes focused on how the tariff war has impacted the F&B industry.


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Food & Beverage Leader Lou Biscotti’s January column for Forbes focused on how the tariff war has impacted the F&B industry.

Even though the U.S. restricted its tariff tug-of-war largely to raw materials, the battle is turning into a full-scale global food fight. So who is getting caught in this trade war and how are they being affected?

 
The Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel announced the merger of Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett into Marcum.


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The Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel announced the merger of Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett into Marcum.

Portland accounting firm Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett merged into one of the largest accounting and advisory firms in the country earlier this month.

 
The Portland Press Herald reported Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett’s merger into Marcum.


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The Portland Press Herald reported Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett’s merger into Marcum.

Portland accounting firm Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett merged into one of the largest accounting and advisory firms in the country earlier this month.

 
Bloomberg quoted Edward Reitmeyer, Mid-Atlantic Regional Partner-in-Charge of Tax & Business Services, on the absence of final IRS rules, due to the government shutdown.


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Bloomberg quoted Edward Reitmeyer, Mid-Atlantic Regional Partner-in-Charge of Tax & Business Services, on the absence of final IRS rules, due to the government shutdown.

The longest government shutdown in U.S. history could cause tens of thousands of businesses to make a tough choice about whether to claim one of the biggest perks in the Republican tax overhaul.

 
The Hill published an article by Nonprofit Tax Leader Frank Smith about the misunderstood world of private foundation tax rules.


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The Hill published an article by Nonprofit Tax Leader Frank Smith about the misunderstood world of private foundation tax rules.

Beyond the media craze and the flexing of muscles by the New York Attorney General’s Office and advisers of the Trump Foundation, there are lessons to be learned on the often misunderstood world of private foundations.

 
Fox Business quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio about how the government shut-down is impacting the IRS.


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Fox Business quoted Tax Principal Michael D’Addio about how the government shut-down is impacting the IRS.

While the Trump administration said this week the Internal Revenue Service will issue tax refunds even if the government shutdown drags on into tax season, there are a number of reasons filers could encounter obstacles as a result of prolonged political infighting.

 
Associated Press quoted Edward Reitmeyer, Mid-Atlantic Regional Partner-in-Charge of Tax & Business Services, in an article about uncertainties surrounding the small business tax deduction.


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Associated Press quoted Edward Reitmeyer, Mid-Atlantic Regional Partner-in-Charge of Tax & Business Services, in an article about uncertainties surrounding the small business tax deduction.

Millions of small business owners will be in uncharted waters this tax season as they try to determine if they qualify for a deduction that could exempt one-fifth of their income from taxes.

 
New Jersey CPA magazine featured an article by Assurance Services Manager Amanda Cady, about the rigors of preparing for the CPA exam.


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New Jersey CPA magazine featured an article by Assurance Services Manager Amanda Cady, about the rigors of preparing for the CPA exam.

A CPA license is the accounting profession's highest standard of competence, and having your license can provide many opportunities for your career.

 
Accounting Today reported that Marcum has merged in Portland, Maine, CPAs Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett.


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Accounting Today reported that Marcum has merged in Portland, Maine, CPAs Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett.

Marcum LLP has merged in Portland, Maine-based accounting firm Dawson, Smith, Purvis and Bassett, effective Jan. 1, expanding the New York-headquartered Top 100 Firm's New England presence.

 
Long Island Business News announced the merger of Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett into Marcum’s New England region.


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Long Island Business News announced the merger of Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett into Marcum’s New England region.

Dawson, Smith, Purvis and Bassett was merged into Marcum, effective Jan. 1. The 29-year-old firm’s seven partners and 20 associates will remain at their current location, at 15 Casco Street, which became Marcum's second Portland office.

 
The Hartford Business Journal showcased Marcum in an article about the accelerating use of artificial intelligence in the accounting industry.


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The Hartford Business Journal showcased Marcum in an article about the accelerating use of artificial intelligence in the accounting industry.

Last March, Marcum LLP, the mid-market accounting firm that has been slowly growing its Greater Hartford presence in recent years, officially launched its robotic process automation service to help clients reduce operating costs and increase efficiency.

 
The Philadelphia Business Journal profiled Marcum’s growth in the Mid-Atlantic region.


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The Philadelphia Business Journal profiled Marcum’s growth in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Marcum, the New York accounting firm that has entered and grown in the Philadelphia market via two acquisitions over the past decade, has nearly doubled its office space by moving across Market Street in Center City.

 
The Mann Report published an article by Tax Partner Kurt Koegl about the residential real estate market in New York City.


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The Mann Report published an article by Tax Partner Kurt Koegl about the residential real estate market in New York City.

There is no place in the world like New York City - ask anyone who lives here. Residents can walk out of the door of their condo or apartment and experience some of the best and most varied cuisine in the world.

 
Leaders magazine profiled Washington DC Office Managing Partner Kathy Raffa in a special feature about women business leaders.


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Leaders magazine profiled Washington DC Office Managing Partner Kathy Raffa in a special feature about women business leaders.

With more than 35 years of successful experience serving the nonprofit sector, Raffa regularly serves as an Audit Partner and provides clients with advisory services. Upon her graduation from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Raffa spent the early part of her career at a Big 8 firm.

 
 
 
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