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New Jersey Enacts New Income Tax Exemption for Veterans

You may qualify for a $3,000 exemption on your New Jersey tax return if you are a military veteran who was honorably discharged or released under honorable circumstances from active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces on, or any time before, the last day of the tax year 2017. You will be able to add…

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Ken Kamen Featured Commentator On Stock Market Declines – NJ 101.5 News

Ken Kamen, Mercadien Asset Management President, is featured commentator about stock market declines in NJ 101.5 news article As Stocks Plunge Again, NJ Investors Get Worried by David Matthau. Article Exerpt:  After calm, steady growth for years, Wall Street is suddenly bouncing up and down like a yo-yo. Many New Jersey investors were alarmed as stocks plunged dramatically…

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Two Mercadien CPAs Are Awarded Prestigious Credentials

Princeton, NJ & Philadelphia, PA – The Mercadien Group is pleased to announce that two of its executives have earned significant designations in the accounting field. Mr. Digesh Patel, CPA, MBA, CGMA, PSA, a director in Mercadien’s Government Services Group, has earned the Registered Municipal Accountant (RMA) certification from the New Jersey State Board of…

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Mercadien’s Ken Kamen Featured on NJ 101.5’s Forever 39 Podcast

Mercadien Asset Management President Ken Kamen was featured on NJ 101.5’s Forever 39 Podcast on January 10, 2018, where he discussed the issue of parents helping adult kids with expenses. To listen to the podcast, click here. Podcast Description: Once adult children leave home to make their marks in the world, you’d assume the bank of…

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Lee Boss Presents NJBIA Webinar on Practical Considerations About Succession Planning

Managing Director Lee Boss presented a NJBIA Webinar on Practical Considerations About Succession Planning on Thursday, January 18, 2018, where he discussed methods of transferring ownership of your company and how to maximize long-term value. To watch the webinar, click here. As a business owner, planning for the future is a given. You know it must happen…

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The IRS TE/GE Office 2018 Work Plan

The IRS Tax Exempt and Government Entities (TE/GE) Office recently issued its fiscal year 2018 work plan. The plan outlines the issues the IRS will focus on as well as the efforts and initiatives they intend to follow in the coming year. The following summarizes highlights of the work plan and its parts. Exempt Organizations…

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Assessing Internal Controls

Every organization needs internal controls to safeguard its assets, assure its accounting data is accurate and reliable, promote operational efficiency and encourage compliance with its prescribed policies and procedures. The start of a new year is a good time to take a fresh look at these controls to see how they measure up. A good…

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What You Need to Know About the Incoming Tax Law

The tax reform legislation that Congress approved on December 20th was the largest change to the tax system in over three decades. The last time the U.S. tax code saw significant reforms was under President Reagan in 1986. Those reforms sought to simplify income tax, broaden the tax base and eliminate many tax shelters. Under this new…

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How to Increase Your Business Value Using Value Drivers

A fundamental aspect of a successful business exit is assuring that your business has enough value to allow you to exit with financial security. This, coupled with wisely invested non-business assets, gives you the best chance to pursue the Exit Path you want on the timeline you want. Obtaining a proper, professional business valuation is…

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Is the Bank With You or Against You?

Many business owners have mixed feelings about their banks and their banking representatives. They are unsure about whether they can be completely honest about their business without a negative impact on the bank relationship. On a daily basis, you do not spend much time thinking about your banking relationship. When the time comes to tell…

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