Monthly Archives: April 2013

Meanwhile Back at the Ranch -The Family Defined Benefit Plan

Overview Many of you may recall a series of articles that I wrote on JD Supra regarding the benefits of business owners having their employees covered under a collective bargaining agreement with a labor union. The Internal Revenue Code provides an … Continue reading

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Tax Planning Considerations for Foreign Scientists and Engineers

Overview As discussions regarding immigration continue to unfold, one point that is not under discussion or open for debate is the contribution of foreign scientists and engineers to the New Economy. The statistics are pretty startling. According to a 2012 … Continue reading

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New Blogging Philosophy

I hope to blog more regularly going forward. Over the last six to seven months, I have been writing and posting 1-2 articles per week on JD Supra. These articles are usually 1500-2000 words each. It is tough and a … Continue reading

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Becoming Puerto Rican – The Tax Benefits of Puerto Rican Residency for U.S. High Net Worth Taxpayers

   Overview My last article focused on the attractiveness of Puerto Rico for hedge fund managers . Poor John Paulsen cannot make a move without the financial press reporting on the story. If he bought a Big Gulp at Seven-Eleven, … Continue reading

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