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"We still have governments and governments are not willing to let their currencies go," warned Nicholas Coriano of Cervitude Inc.
Part 1 of this article discussed the definitions of which businesses qualified for the new 20 percent deduction. Part 2 takes a little deeper dive.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a deduction of up to 20 percent of qualified business income for sole proprietors, owners of S corporations, partnerships and trusts and their beneficiaries.
“Failure is part of success. There’s no way around it,” said panelist Stacey Cohen.
“We still have to see how this all shakes out, especially when it comes to impact on paychecks,” says Jeff Egol, director of finance at Stamford’s TNS Group.
Panelists urged attendees of the conference not to fear asking questions and to take a stand.
The June 14 event included insights from etouches and IBM executives.
Businesses will like the lower tax rate, but residents could be hurt by the elimination of state and local tax deductions.
Longstanding male domination in senior positions remains, but women are making real progress through a variety of means.
Current and past executives from Walmart, Synchrony Financial and Galt & Co. shared their business expertise across a broad range of topics at the recent 2016 CEO Evolution panel.
Six attorneys were honored June 2 at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains, formerly Pace Law School. The attorneys — five...
The third annual CEO Evolution event will feature insights into the secrets of success from three CEOs from high-level national and global companies.
The Fairfield County Business Journal and the accounting and consulting firm, Citrin Cooperman will continue their annual recognition of those in the field of medicine who go beyond the diagnosis and display exemplary dedication to their profession and patients with the 2016 Fairfield County Doctors of Distinction awards in early May.