Our attorneys regularly publish articles on IRS and New York State tax law matters.

Lien vs. Levy. What Hits First and What Rights Do You Have to Contest the IRS?
Published by: the Suffolk Lawyer Magazine, June 2021

Act Fast to Take Advantage of an IRS Offer-in-Compromise
Published by: the Suffolk Lawyer Magazine, May 2021

How Do You Think The New Administration Will Change The Tax Landscape For Your Clients?
Published by: The Trusted Professional – NYSSCPA, April 2021

IRS Tax Relieve for Taxpayers Facing Covid-19 Financial Struggles
Published by: Suffolk Lawyer, March 2021

Have COVID-Related Activities Changed Your New York State Tax Residency?
Published by: the Suffolk Lawyer Magazine, February 2021

New IRS Tax Relief Measures for Those Struggling to Pay Taxes
Published by: the NYSSCPA Suffolk Chapter Newsletter, December 2020

Will COVID-19 Affect Your Clients’ New York State Tax Residency?
Published by: the Nassau Lawyer, December 2020

Unopened Envelopes
Published by: Long Island Business News, December 2020

Steps You Can Take When You Can’t Pay Your Taxes
Published by: the Restaurant Association, September 2020

COVID-19 Sheltering in Place May Lead to Tax Liability for Clients
Published by: the Journal of Financial Planning, September 2020

10 Ways COVID-19 Can Change New York State Tax Residency
Published by: Glen Cove Record Pilot, July 2020

Top 10 Covid-19 Tax Relief Provisions You Need to Know Now
Published by: NCCPAP Nassau/Suffolk Chapter Newsletter, Issue 2, Page 13, June 2020

Top 10 COVID-19 Tax Relief Provisions You Need to Know Now
Published by: Long Island Weekly, April 2020

Nassau Lawyer Article, Hidden Cost Of Vacation Homes, February 1, 2020

Sales Tax Audits: How New York State Identifies Tax Returns for Review
Published by: the NYSSCPA Suffolk Chapter Newsletter, Vol. 49 No. 6, January/February 2020

New York State Launches Online Applications for an Offer in Compromise
Published by: NCCPAP Nassau/Suffolk Chapter Newsletter, Issue 1, Page 14, January 2020

What Are Your Odds Of Being Audited?
Published by: Long Island Weekly, Anton Media Group publishes 16 community newspapers, several magazines, specialty publications, and websites. January 2020

New York Sales Tax Litigation: 2019 Review

By: Karen J. Tenenbaum, Esq. & Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published in: the Nassau Lawyer, December 2019

Protecting Your Business and Your Wallet in a Sales Tax Audit

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by DAVO Technologies, October 10, 2019.

A Brief Primer on Discharging Tax Debt Bankruptcy

By: Leo Gabovich, Esq.
Reprinted with permission from: The Senior Lawyer, Summer/Fall 2019, Vol. 11, No. 1, published by the New York State Bar Association, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207.

Committee Spotlight: Financial Literacy Committee

Published by: NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter, Volume 64. Issue 3, September 2019

The SALTy Exodus: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

By: Hana Boruchov, Esq.
Published by: the Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure of Wolters Kluwer, September 2019

Snowbirds Beware: Watch Out For The Tax Man

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Weekly, July 2019

The Nuts and Bolts of an IRS Audit and the Collection Process

By: Hana Boruchov, Esq. and Leo Gabovich, Esq.
Published by: TaxStringer, July 2019

The Latest on Residency Audits: Challenging Cell Phone Records

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: NCCPAP, Issue 7 Page 7, July 2019.

Didn’t Pay Your New York State Sales Tax? 8 Consequences Restaurant Owners Need to Know

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Upserve Restaurant Insider, May 2019

Federal Installment Agreements

By: Marisa Friedrich, Esq.
Published by: NCCPAP, Issue 6 Page 9, May 2019, available here.

Didn’t File Your New York Tax Return? Confess To Avoid Penalties

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Weekly, April 2019

4 Way to Get Audited

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq., Leo Gabovich, Esq., Marisa Friedrich, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Business News, April 2019

What To Do If You Can’t Pay The IRS

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Weekly, March 2019

3 Simple Steps to Documenting Tax Exempt Sales and Avoiding Liability

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq. and David Joseph of DAVO Technologies
Published by: The Food  & Beverage Portfolio, January 2019

It’s Called the Offer in Compromise Program, NOT the “Pennies on the Dollar” Program

By: Hana Boruchov, Esq.
Published by NCCPAP, Issue 5 Page 10, January 2019.

Wayfair: New Sales Tax Landscape & What You Need to Know

By: Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq. & Karen J. Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published in the Nassau Lawyer, The Journal of the Nassau County Bar Association, Vol. 68, No. 4, December 2018.

Using Technology to Count Days for Residency

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.

Protecting Your Snowbird Clients from a New York Residency Audit

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq. and Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq., LL.M. (Tax)
Published by: NYSBA The Senior Lawyer, Fall/Winter 2018, Vol. 10 No. 2.

Don’t Lose Your Driver’s License or Passport Due to Unpaid Taxes

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Weekly, November 19, 2018

Don’t Lose Your Restaurant Because of Unpaid Sales Taxes

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Weekly, September 30, 2018

Owe More than $51,000 to the IRS? Your International Getaway May Be On-Hold

By: Leo Gabovich, Esq.
Published by: NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter, Volume 632 Issue 1, Pages 9-10, September 2018.

Is Using Sales Tax Revenue to Run Your Business a Wise Investment? (The Answer is “No!”)

By: Lance Rothenberg, Esq., LL.M. (Taxation), David Joseph of DAVO Technologies, August 2018

Don’t Lose Your NYS Driver’s License Due to Unpaid Taxes!

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq., LL.M. (Taxation), CPA
Published by: NCCPAP, Volume 62 Issue 3 Page 8, July 2018.

New Tax Law’s Potentially Negative Effect on Individuals and Businesses

By: Hana Boruchov, Esq.
Published by: The Suffolk Lawyer, June – July 2018

Your Business Owes Sales Tax: Are You Personally Liable?

By: Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq., LL.M. (Tax)
Published by Total Food Service, June 25, 2018

Is Using Sales Tax Revenue to Run Your Business a Wise Investment?

By: Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq., LL.M. (Tax) and David Joseph of DAVO Technologies
Published by: DAVO Technologies, June 2018

Why Using Sales Tax Revenue as Working Capital Could Destroy Your Small Business

By: Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq., LL.M. (Tax) and David Joseph of DAVO Technologies
Published by: Small Biz Rising, June 14, 2018

How to Work with Attorneys on Audits and Collections

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq., LL.M. (Tax), CPA
Published by: Accounting Web, June 12, 2018

When Not Paying Sales Tax Turns Criminal: How To Avoid Worst-Case Scenarios

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by: Total Food Service, May 8, 2018

Is The New Tax Code Designed to Be More Beneficial to Some States Than Others?

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by: WalletHub.com

Making Sense of Sales Tax Exemption Certificates

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by: Total Food Service, March 27, 2018

NY, I Can’t Seem To Quit You (As My Tax Domicile)

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by: Law360 , March 26, 2018

Buying a Restaurant? Watch Out For The Seller’s Sales Tax Liabilities!

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by: Total Food Service, February 27, 2018

Want to Avoid a Messy Sales Tax Audit? Good Recordkeeping is the Key

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by Total Food Service, February 2, 2018

5 things restaurant operators must know about taxes and personal liability

By:  Lance E. Rothenberg, Esq.
Published by: Restaurant Hospitality, January 2, 2018

Don’t Lose Your Restaurant Because of Unpaid Taxes: Three Things You Need to Know

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: Total Food Service, December 2017

NYS Tax Department’s Recent Improvements to Powers of Attorney and Online Services

By:  Charles Finocchiaro, Esq. and Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by the NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter, Volume 62 Issue 1, September 2017

Don’t Lose Your Restaurant Because of Unpaid Taxes:  Three Things You Need to Know

By:  Karen Tenenbaum, Esq.
Published by: The New York State Restaurant Association, August 2017

Recent Tax Crime Arrests and New York State’s Voluntary Disclosure Program

By: Jennifer Ann Wynne, Esq.
Published by: Nassau Lawyer, June 2017

Tax crime arrests are a warning for all non-filers

By: Jennifer Ann Wynne, Esq.
Published by: Long Island Business News, May 19-25, 2017

Staying One Step Ahead of Multistate Residency Audits

By: Karen Tenenbaum, Esq. and Jonathan Mariner
Published by: NJCPA, January 24th, 2017