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Will I Itemize Deductions in 2018?

Tax Planning For 2018 And Beyond: Bunching Deductions

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act included a substantial increase in the Standard Deduction that each taxpayer is able to take. For individuals it moved from $6,350 in 2017 to $12,000. For married filing joint taxpayers,…

You and Your Aging Parents

You And Your Aging Parentcommunity (CCRC)

This past October, RegentAtlantic hosted clients and friends at our Morristown office for an educational panel presentation entitled “You and Your Aging Parents.” Our panelists included Michael Thompson, an estate and elder law attorney with…

New Jersey Estate Tax Repeal

New Jersey Estate Tax Repeal

Last fall, the state of New Jersey made a momentous step when it announced the phase-out of its state estate tax. This two-step phase-out started with an increased estate tax exemption to $2,000,000 per person…

“Life Plan Communities”: Name Changer or Game Changer?

There is no doubt that language in the senior housing world can be confusing. It is often difficult to differentiate between “assisted living,” “skilled nursing,” “independent living,” “continuing care,” “age-restricted” and the myriad of other…

Dying in New Jersey: The Estate Tax Challenge

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Benjamin Franklin is often credited for the well-known phrase “…in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” If Franklin lived in New Jersey today, he’d undoubtedly stand by that…

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