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“Sheridan Issues”

Sheridan v. Sheridan, 247 N.J. Super. 552 (Ch. Div. 1990) is a New Jersey case that requires trial judges to report evidence of any illegal activity to the proper authorities. In most matrimonial cases, this comes up in the context of … Continue reading

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Tax Primer for 2015

  This post may be posted on April 1st, but it’s no joke -tax season is here, and clock is ticking. Did you remember that this year you need to file your tax return before April 18, 2016? If you can’t make … Continue reading

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4 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Tax Professional

Tax time doesn’t need to be traumatic. If your tax situation is just too complex for you to prepare your tax return by yourself, or you simply have no knowledge or desire to prepare your own tax return, consider hiring … Continue reading

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The Effect of the Affordable Care Act’s Current Tax Scheme on Nonresident Aliens, and Migrant Workers and their Employers

By: Giavanna M. Reeves, J.D. Effective March 30, 2010, the requirement to maintain minimum essential coverage for healthcare insurance is applied to applicable individuals for each month beginning after 2013. The Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) defines “applicable individuals” as persons … Continue reading

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