The New Jersey Department of Treasury, Division of Taxation announced today that it will offer a Second Voluntary Compliance program to complement the Internal Revenue Service Second Special Voluntary Disclosure Initiative to identify assets and unreported income from previously sheltered
Estate administration in New Jersey is the process by which a deceased person’s property, known as the ‘estate,’ is passed to his or her heirs and legatees (people named in the will). Estate administration encompasses all assets of the decedent
We have reviewed the new 2011 OVDI FAQs and noticed that the Service has refined and streamlined the voluntary disclosure process. Our firm prepared dozens of voluntary disclosure applications in 2009 and the new 2011 FAQs seem to resolve some
On February 8, 2011, the IRS announced the 2011 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI), designed to bring offshore money back into the U.S. tax system and help people with undisclosed income from hidden offshore accounts get current with their taxes.
1. Disinheriting the child. When a special needs child is disinherited, that child will need to depend on government benefits such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). While these programs can be greatly beneficial, it is not wise to
Protections for the Community Spouse: Community Spouse Resource Allowance (CSRA): Minimum: $21,912 Maximum: $109,560 Increased CSRA: Permitted. New Jersey follows the income-first rule. Annuities: Actuarially sound annuities are not permitted. Monthly Maintenance Needs Allowance: Minimum: $1,821.25 Maximum: $2,739 Transfers: Average
After a successful indictment of a New Jersey man with HSBC Bank accounts in India, the IRS introduced a new Voluntary Disclosure Program on February 8, 2011 for U.S. taxpayers with undisclosed offshore accounts. Last week, according to an indictment