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Everything You Need to Know Now: New York State Pass-Through Entity tax (“PTE”)
Tuesday, August 24, 2021, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Category: Education

Everything You Need to Know Now: New York State Pass-Through Entity tax (“PTE”)

Steve Lando, Partner and Co-leader of Anchin’s Law Firms Group, will discuss New York State’s new elective Pass-through Entity (“PTE”) tax. This new tax has been enacted as a work around to the $10,000 state and local tax (“SALT”) deduction limitation and if elected, could significantly reduce law firm partners’ & shareholders tax burdens.

NYS’s new PTE tax may be an attractive option for certain taxpayers depending on their specific circumstances.  At present, nothing is required to be done until October 15th for 2021. However, discussions on this topic should be ongoing and not wait until the deadline

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Presented by:  Steven D. Lando, CPA, is a tax partner at Anchin. He is the Tax Leader of the Firm’s Services Group, including its Law Firms Group.

Steven's expertise is in the area of tax and strategic planning, specializing in income and estate tax planning, wealth preservation, and compliance for federal, international and a heavy focus on state & local taxes. His practice consists of law firms and attorneys, high net worth families, and a diverse group of business enterprises including public relations, media & advertising firms, hedge funds, acquisition companies, technology businesses, real estate owners and developers throughout the United States and in other various countries.

Steven has consulted with numerous groups and law firms on Paycheck Protection Loans, state and local nexus and the implications of a remote workforce, minimizing tax consequences of converting from a PC to an LLP, on establishing sophisticated pension plans to maximize owner contributions without undue burden on the business, on mergers & acquisitions, and on tax planning for investment decisions.

Steven has lectured to members of banks, law firms, real estate companies and most recently presented on the Paycheck Protection Program to the Association of Legal Administrators (“ALA”). He has also presented “The State of State and Local Taxation and How it Impacts Your Law Firm” to the ALA. He has written for publications such as the New York Law Journal and Law Office Administrator. He previously served on the State and Local, and Interstate Taxation Committees of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) for a number of years.

Education
Herbert H. Lehman College, B.S., Accounting

 

 


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