Author Archives: AKMCPA Team
Maintaining Financial Health in Unhealthy Times This year’s tax guide provides a wealth of information regarding tax planning and strategies for the highly uncertain times we are facing. Each section assesses the overall landscape and provides helpful tips and considerations. … Continue reading
The AKM family lost an integral member when partner Larry Katz passed away on October 11. Larry began his career with the firm that is now AKM in 1984 and has been an asset to our clients, partners and staff … Continue reading
COVID-19 has upended the way we do almost everything, from working to shopping for essentials, to even where we go to sleep at night. Many people with second homes removed from densely-populated urban areas have retreated from them to wait … Continue reading
How does recent legislation affect employer tax liabilities, unemployment benefits and access to retirement account funds? Check out our overview for that and more.
The economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis has federal, state and local governments scrambling to offer relief to taxpayers, who are expected to face a severe cash flow crunch in the coming months. Every day brings new announcements and new … Continue reading
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has introduced some unexpected changes and uncertainty into everyone’s life. The entire team at AKMCPA wants to reassure you that we are still here to help with your tax and financial concerns. We’re available for you. … Continue reading
Planning is Still Essential Many taxpayers are still coping with the sweeping changes implemented with the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017” or TCJA. Especially in areas with higher state and local taxes – such as the Northeast – … Continue reading
AKM Partners Jack E. Gold and Warren M. Bergstein will be speaking on January 8th for the Brooklyn Chapter of the Independent Association of Accountants and January 9th for the Staten Island Chapter of the IAA.
Employees are typically one of the single biggest costs of doing business, and providing benefits for those employees represents a large—and growing—chunk of the cost. Healthcare costs, in particular, are rapidly rising; the cost of healthcare including premiums and out … Continue reading