Shipman & Goodwin is expanding its services with the creation of a multi-disciplinary Opportunity Zones team to assist clients seeking significant tax incentives through the recent Qualified Opportunity Zones program. Experienced attorneys from the firm’s Tax, Business and Finance, and Real Estate practices are now available to advise corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, investors, developers

Shipman & Goodwin attorney Louis Schatz will present the topic, Recent Connecticut Tax Law Developments, on Thursday November 15th at The 2018 Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium.

Each year, more than 700 practicing tax professionals gather to network, update their knowledge, solve tax questions with peers and the IRS, renew friendships and visit with current

Before 2018 draws to a close, please join Marcum and Shipman & Goodwin for an in-depth look at how current tax developments and new provisions impact your tax planning for 2019 and beyond.

Shipman & Goodwin attorneys Louis Schatz, Danielle Ferrucci and David Bigger will join Marcum accountants and advisors as panelists. The discussion

Shipman & Goodwin attorneys Alan Lieberman and Louis Schatz authored the article “2017 Survey of Connecticut Tax Law Developments” which was published in Connecticut Bar Journal. This survey summarizes Connecticut tax legislation enacted, court decisions rendered, and administrative guidance published by the DRS during 2017.

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Shipman & Goodwin attorneys Alan Lieberman and David Bigger will be speakers at the CBIA’s “Navigating the New Pass-Through Entity Tax” event which will explain all aspects of the law, including how, starting with the 2018 tax year, pass-through entities will be taxed on their own income and are required to make estimated payments against

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In a story in Bloomberg Tax (“Connecticut Mulls State, Local Tax Deduction Cap Workarounds”), Shipman & Goodwin attorney Louis B. Schatz discussed Connecticut’s proposed legislation for addressing the impact of the new federal tax law.

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Join Shipman & Goodwin tax attorneys for a four-part CLE webinar reviewing some of the more significant provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) may take the Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD), a planning technique authorized in IRC Section 408(d)(8) that allows charitable contributions to be made directly from an IRA, and turn it into a household name. Here is an explanation of why it will be so popular, and exactly how