Diane Giordano, a partner at Marcum in Melville, has seen a cross-section of companies qualify for credits. A recycler extracting precious metals from computers, a furniture firm improving software to design furniture and a company that switched to rice flour to make gluten-free cookies top the list.
It’s clear that the U.S. capital markets are back to robust levels by any metric, closing banner year after banner year in which deal volume, number of IPOs, dollar amount raised, and so forth continue to rise by healthy growth rates.
The U.S. economy is back; well kind-of. While we're not talking about the expansion witnessed through 1998-1999, the U.S. economy is gaining momentum after a prolonged slow recovery from the 2007 economic recession.
Maryland cannot impose double taxation on residents by denying them a full credit for certain taxes paid on income earned in other states, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday in a decision that could cut revenue collected by some states and cities.
Marcum Assurance Services Partner Nanette Lee Miller and Tax Partner Janis Cowhey, co-leaders of the Firm’s LGBT & Non-Traditional Families Practice group, were quoted in a May 11 article by Eric Kroh for Law360, entitled, “Tax Tips for Same-Sex Couples Awaiting High Court Decision.
Top 100 Firm Marcum LLP has launched a television advertising campaign in key markets across the United States.
The Ask Marcum campaign, which also includes print, digital and billboard ads, showcases Marcum’s expertise as a leading accounting and advisory firm serving public and private middle-market companies, entrepreneurs, and high net worth individuals.
Whether you’re an issuer or an investor, playing in the microcap arena can be riskier than with other forms of investment, at times significantly so. Many microcap stocks are traded over the counter, directly between brokers and dealers.
When the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) conducts audits of joint tax returns, whether for same-sex couples or traditional heterosexual couples, the starting assumption of the government is that both taxpayers are jointly and severally liable for any tax or penalty assessed. That means that both of the taxpayers will be held accountable without regard to whose income was understated or whose expenses were overstated.