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Eighteen Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in Baltimore Best Lawyers in America 2020

Aug 15, 2019

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP is proud to announce that 18 of its attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers® in America 2020 List, to be featured in U.S. News & World Report. Best Lawyers® is a respected peer-review publication in the legal profession which has been published for over…

The Crackdown on Cryptocurrency

Michael J. March | Aug 1, 2019

We all read the headlines. Virtual currencies are a hot button topic. Even Facebook is developing its own virtual currency. It is easy to understand the attraction, for some. The use of a virtual currency is anonymous. Account holders are protected behind private passwords and encrypted files…or so we may have thought. Over the next…

Collection: Disputing a Notice of Federal Tax Lien Before It Is Filed

Giovanni V. Alberotanza | Jul 15, 2019

I. Introduction Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) bank account levies and wage garnishments count among the scariest tax collection weapons in the U.S. Treasury arsenal. However, the Notice of Federal Tax Lien (“NFTL”) can, in many cases, pose a more immediate and substantial threat to individuals and businesses with outstanding tax liabilities. In January 2018, the…

Collection: When Uncle Sam Crosses the Border: What is in the IRS International Collection Toolbox?

Giovanni V. AlberotanzaMichael J. March | Jul 15, 2019

This article was originally published in the Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure, April – May 2019 edition. The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) faces many challenges when attempting to collect unpaid taxes from taxpayers with foreign assets who reside abroad (“international delinquent taxpayer” or “IDT”). Common obstacles include locating and contacting the taxpayer, the increasing complexity of international…

Is the IRS Watching You?

Michael J. March | Jul 10, 2019

The year is 2010. Toy Story 3 tops the box office, the New Orleans Saints are Super Bowl Champions, and President Obama signs into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. That same year, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) had a whopping $13.75 billion budget.[i] Fast forward to 2018. The IRS budget has been…

The Importance of Amending Your Partnership and LLC Agreements

Jun 28, 2019

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (the “BBA”) has been on the books for three years, but new rules for partnership audits and adjustments only recently became effective for the 2018 tax filing year. The tax attorneys at Rosenberg Martin & Greenberg LLP in Baltimore are now advising partnerships and limited liability companies to review…

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg Launches Criminal Defense and Investigations Microsite

Jun 27, 2019

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP, a 40-attorney law firm headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland with offices in Maryland, Delaware, New York and Washington, D.C. is pleased to announce the launch of its Criminal Defense and Investigations microsite.  The Criminal Defense and Investigations team is comprised of former prosecutors and investigators, as well as seasoned attorneys with significant…

Demystifying Life Estate Deeds in Maryland

May 9, 2019

By Craig A. Enck, Esq., Partner, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP and Richard (Ricky) Adams, Associate, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP In Maryland, you can make a beneficiary designation on your real property. This type of transaction is called a Life Estate Deed. It can be a very useful tool to avoid probate while also preserving tax…

When Will You Get Your 2018 Tax Refund?

Apr 9, 2019

The extended government shutdown is adding to the anxiety that some taxpayers feel with respect to when they will get their refund. The tax attorneys at Rosenberg Martin & Greenberg LLP cannot answer that question with any degree of certainty. We can, however, provide some guidance that will help taxpayers avoid the problems that can…

Maximizing Aggregation Rule Benefits for Business and Rental Properties

Apr 9, 2019

Taxpayers who own business or rental properties will have legitimate questions about the aggregation rules for Section 199A of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The tax attorneys at Rosenberg Martin & Greenberg LLP in Baltimore note that the IRS did not issue guidance for Section 199A issues until mid-January 2019. Taxpayers are…

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