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  •   Two Laws Are Responsible for the Changes 1. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act. Enacted on December 18, 2015, the PATH Act extended or made permanent a number of “tax extenders” (provisions with expiration dates that had been routinely extended by Congress…

  • Our firm is proud to announce the winner of our 2016 BS&P chili cook-off! Congratulations to Director of Human Resources, Caroline Organ for receiving the “Best Chili” award for her “Kickin’ Chili”. The competition was very close and Partners Ray Crane, Dave Di Matteo, Kevin…

  • John Walczak, Principal, has recently been named a board member and Treasurer of the West Seneca Soccer Club. The Organization is a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is: training, development, continuing education and advancement of promising young individuals in the sport of soccer while emphasizing sportsmanship,…

  • Tom Grogan, Managing Partner, traveled down to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to help those whose homes were nearly destroyed in the severe flooding that occurred five months ago. From January 8 – 14th, Tom went with a group of about twenty members from the Orchard Park…

  • In an effort to protect taxpayers from identity theft, for tax year 2016 New York State is requiring that taxpayers provide information from either their driver’s license or state-issued ID for all personal income tax returns prepared and electronically filed using software. This information will…

  • Our firm is pleased to announce that Peter Ruocco, CPA has been promoted to Principal, Matt Aldinger, CPA has been promoted to In-Charge Senior Accountant and Brigid Purcell, staff accountant, has earned her designation as a Certified Public Accountant.   Peter J. Ruocco, CPA has…

  • On December 28, 2016, the New York State Department of Labor published its final regulation adopting proposed Wage Order amendments to increase the required minimum salary levels for executive and administrative employees to qualify as overtime exempt. As a result, the minimum salary requirement in…

  • Yesterday a Federal Judge in Texas issued a nationwide preliminary injunction blocking the new overtime rules scheduled to take effect on December 1, 2016.  These rules would have increased the minimum salary for most exempt employees to $913/week. As a result of this injunction, employers…