Justin K. Abodalo is an attorney in the Firm’s Corporate, Business & Banking, Mergers & Acquisitions and Taxation Groups. Building on his prior experience at a Big 4 CPA Firm, Mr. Abodalo’s practice primarily focuses on assisting clients with various business, transactional and tax matters. He also handles complex business and federal, local and state tax matters such as income tax planning, tax controversy assistance, sales tax exposure management, restructuring regarding acquisitions and organization simplifications.
Less than 100 days into President Biden’s presidential term, he has proposed a sweeping tax and spending policy. While this plan has yet to be debated or passed, it does give a good indication of what impact the plan may have on U.S. businesses and individuals. Corporate & Personal Tax Rates As a reminder, under […]
Is your website ADA or WCAG compliant? If not, you could face legal difficulties. Broadly speaking, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against individuals with certain disabilities in various contexts such as employment, education, transportation, access to buildings, and even telecommunications. An often-overlooked subject of the ADA compliance is the Internet. ADA & […]
When the CARES Act was passed in March 2020, one area that remained uncertain was the tax treatment of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness and whether it would be treated as taxable income to borrowers who had this debt discharged. The way this forgiveness would be handled potentially affected the millions of businesses […]
It’s 2021, so that means it’s time for Pennsylvania businesses and organizations to get their decennial filings ready. Every ten years, Pennsylvanian entities must submit a decennial filing or decennial report during the years ending with the numeral “1”, (i.e., 2011, 2021, 2031). The objective of these filings is for the state to reissue names […]
In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision that changed the face of business and expanded application of gross receipts taxes like the Business Privilege Tax (BPT). Prior to 2018, the Supreme Court had a simple and straightforward policy as to whether a state could tax business activity: if the taxpayer had no physical […]