Did You Move? Understand the Various Tax Ramifications

The federal moving expenses deduction is one of the most widely recognized tax deductions. If your work required you to relocate, you may qualify to use IRS Form 3903 to claim the cost of your moving expenses as a deduction on your federal income tax return. To be entitled to claim a deduction on Form View Article →

Is Recording A Conversation Legal?

Technology makes it easy—sometimes too easy—to record conversations. Between free voice recording apps or phones that record conversations with the touch of a button, recording conversations has never been easier. In fact, several of my recent cases involved clients that recorded conversations with individuals that later became their adversaries in a subsequent litigation. Those recordings View Article →

ABC’s OF H-1Bs

  Based on the current predictions, given the new Republican Administration, the U.S. economy will rebound. What does this mean for the immigration practitioners, professionals, and prospective H-1B employers and employees? Assuming that the economy performs as projected, it is highly likely that we will once again, as we did in 2016, witness the H-1B View Article →

NJ’s Silent Killer: The Heroin Epidemic in America

An epidemic is sweeping the nation and many people may be unaware of its severity, or even its existence. The number of accidental deaths within the United States has skyrocketed over the past decade, and they’re not from gun violence or car accidents. They’re from drugs! Drug poisoning and overdoses now statistically kill more people View Article →

Top Five Tips to Help Save on Health Care Expenses

Over the last 10 years, out-of-pocket health care costs for Americans have more than doubled, with medical expenses now accounting for 8 percent of annual household spending, according to the Consumer Expenditure Figures. April is National Financial Literacy Month, an ideal time for people to evaluate their financial well-being and take steps to become more View Article →