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Stock Market: Outlook for 2018

January 11, 2018

Before considering what might be ahead in 2018, perhaps it’s worth looking back to acknowledge that 2017 was a banner year – both a great year for U.S. stocks, as well as the year when international markets … Continue reading


Eye on Washington Legislative Update

If you have any questions, please contact DSJCPA’s tax expert:
Gigi Boudreaux, CPA, Partner
Tel: (516) 541-6549 Email: 

The flyer below highlights some of the significant changes in the new tax law for employees such as withholding changes, fringe Continue reading


What’s New in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

If you have any questions, please contact DSJCPA’s tax expert:
Gigi Boudreaux, CPA, Partner
Tel: (516) 541-6549 Email: 

The flyer below is a comparison of some of the highlights of the new law compared to the old law.

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Conference Report Highlights

As promised and before Christmas, President Trump signed the most massive tax bill in 30 years. The following is a brief summary of the new tax bill in a short and simple format. The bill affects nearly every American household. … Continue reading


New Tax Bill Implications


As we await the President’s signature on what will be the biggest overhaul of U.S. tax policy in over 30 years, you may be wondering how these changes will affect you moving forward … Continue reading


Current Proposed Tax Reform

“To Prepay or Not to Prepay, That is the Question”

In light of the pending tax reform bill, DSJCPA has received numerous phone inquiries, texts and emails asking us about prepaying certain itemized deductions. To prepay or not to prepay; … Continue reading


The Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Tax Planning Season

Now is the time to focus on year-end tax planning. Careful and strategic planning can help minimize your tax bill and maximize what you keep. Given the uncertainty and sweeping scope of proposed tax law changes, planning is both more … Continue reading


Senate Republicans Pass Tax Bill In Early Hours of Saturday Morning

While many Americans were sleeping on Friday night, the Senate passed its tax reform bill in the early hours of Saturday, December 2, 2017.  While the vote was supposed to happen on Friday, Republicans were scrambling with changes and modifications … Continue reading


Solid Economic Growth and Stellar Tech Earnings

Standoffs with North Korea, three devastating hurricanes at home, escalating political tensions and political crises in Spain and Germany did not make a dent in Wall Street’s bull run in the third quarter of 2017. October did not buck this … Continue reading


The Trump Tax Reform Plan – What Is and What May Be

Major tax reform enactment is a rare event, with the last occurring back in 1986 under President Ronald Reagan. As a result, current discussions could pan out to be much ado about nothing; however, with the solid majorities that Trump … Continue reading