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New Jersey Tax Handbook

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A quick, no-nonsense primer on the taxes and the law, with useful examples and helpful insights.

New Jersey Tax Handbook is a primer on taxes and the law in New Jersey.

Chapters include:

  • General Administrative Provisions for New Jersey State Taxes
  • Gross Income Tax
  • New Jersey Sales and Use Tax
  • New Jersey Property Taxation
  • New Jersey Corporation Business Tax
  • The Corporation Income Tax
  • Inheritance and Estate Tax
  • Environmental Taxes
  • Unclaimed Property
  • Procedures, Protests & Appeals
  • Taxes in Brief
Additional Information
Division Name New Jersey Law Journal
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand New Jersey Law Journal
Publication Date November 28, 2021
Jurisdiction New Jersey
ISBN 978-1-58852-576-5
Page Count 512
Edition 2022
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Jeffrey D. Gordon

Jeffrey D. Gordon is the managing partner of Archer & Greiner P.C.'s Princeton office. He is a state and local tax practitioner and is Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Tax Appeal Group.

Mr. Gordon is a former New Jersey Tax Court law clerk to Presiding Judge Michael A. Andrew, Jr., retired; and was a Certified Tax Assessor. Since completing his Tax Court clerkship, his practice has involved the handling of complex commercial and industrial tax appeals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and other East Coast states. He also advises clients about potential property tax liability for property being considered for purchase and/or development. In addition, Mr. Gordon prepares articles regarding tax appeal procedures and valuation theory, and has lectured at seminars for the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, the International Association of Assessing Officers, the New Jersey County Tax Board Administrators Annual Conference, the Appraisal Institute, the New Jersey League of Municipalities, taxpayer groups, accountants, and the bar.

Robert F. Connolly

Robert F. Connolly, MST is the co-founder and Co-Managing Member of BC Compliance Group, LLC ("BCC"). BCC is a management consulting firm, based in Matawan, NJ, focused on providing expense recovery and reduction services. BCC specializes in the areas of contract compliance, real estate accounting, unclaimed property and taxation utilizing a "riskfree benefit sharing model." BCC's services cover contracts in the areas of IT, construction, print/copy services, 3rd party labor, distribution, office supplies, office/commercial leases, telecom, freight/overnight mail, utilizes, as well as, tax related incentives and credits.

Prior to founding BCC in 2005, Rob founded and served as the Managing Director of Contract Compliance and Taxation for an international earnings enhancement firm. Before that he spent a number of years serving as a State & Local Tax Manager for various regional and Big Five accounting firms, as well as working within industry for a Dutch multi-national manufacturing corporation.

Susan K. Dromsky-Reed

Susan K. Dromsky-Reed is a Member of the firm of Brach Eichler L.L.C. in the Trusts & Estates, Business and Tax Group. Ms. Dromsky-Reed also serves as Co-Chair of the Trusts & Estates practice. She assists individuals and families with their estate planning and estate administration. As part of her practice, she provides comprehensive advice regarding spousal, intergenerational, business succession and charitable planning. She has assisted clients in implementing such strategies as marital deduction trusts, credit shelter trusts, life insurance trusts, qualified personal residence trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, dynasty trusts, as well as various charitable giving vehicles.

Ms. Dromsky-Reed is a frequent writer and lecturer on estate planning as well as the generation skipping transfer tax. She is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and the Secretary of the Board of Consultors for the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

Tiffany Wagner Donio

Tiffany Wagner Donio is a Shareholder at Stevens & Lee. She is in the Corporate, Finance and Capital Markets Department and is based in the Valley Forge office. Tiffany represents emerging and established businesses in a range of tax issues that arise throughout the business lifecycle, including in relation to entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, restructurings, securities offerings, joint ventures, corporate governance and commercial transactions. She provides planning and compliance insights on a variety of federal, state and local tax issues involving income, franchise, sales and use, gross receipts and other miscellaneous taxes.

Tiffany’s representations cover federal, state and local tax controversies at the audit, administrative and judicial levels. Her clients span an array of industries, including food and agriculture, health care, real estate, hospitality, retail, energy and utilities, cannabis, construction and engineering, media, internet and advertising, manufacturing and software and technology.

Frances B. Stella

Frances B. Stella is Chair of Brach Eichler's Environmental & Land Use Practice Group and has 30 years of experience in federal and state environmental litigation, site remediation and environmental regulatory compliance counseling in real estate redevelopment and transactions. Her environmental practice includes handling CERCLA and New Jersey Spill Act claims and compliance issues, natural resource damage claims, cost recovery/contribution litigation and mediation, environmental insurance coverage litigation, environmental enforcement defense, permitting, defense of toxic torts, asbestos and vapor intrusion claims, and government compliance environmental investigations and audits. She handles site remediation negotiations with both state and federal environmental agencies and contracts with and supervises environmental consulting firms to develop and implement remedial activities in her role as Common Counsel for PRP groups at Superfund sites and for redevelopers.

Alysse McLoughlin

Alysse McLoughlin is a partner with Jones Walker LLP in its New York office. She provides broad-ranging state and local tax counsel to clients across the country. With years of experience in private practice, as in-house tax counsel at leading financial institutions, and as an attorney in the Chief Counsel Division of the Internal Revenue Service, she understands the goals and priorities of businesses and tax authorities. Ms. McLoughlin draws on this knowledge to help clients make effective taxplanning decisions and resolve tax disputes.

Ms. McLoughlin advises on multistate tax matters, with an emphasis on New York and New Jersey issues. She has represented airlines, media and entertainment companies, banks and financial institutions, and other taxpayers before the New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal and the New York Appellate Division with respect to corporate income tax, insurance tax, bank tax, and sales tax issues. She has represented pharmaceutical companies, utilities, and other clients in New Jersey courts.

Kathleen Quinn

Kathleen Quinn is a Partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP. Kathleen focuses her practice on state and local tax matters. She represents business and individual taxpayers at all stages of state and local tax controversies, including the audit, administrative, and judicial levels. Kathleen also advises clients on state and local tax planning opportunities and the state and local tax consequences of corporate restructurings and other business transactions.

Previously, Kathleen worked at a Big Four accounting firm, where her practice focused on state and local tax.

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