Gary P. Bluestein

22
Feb

Partner Gary Bluestein Receives Community Playmaker Award

We are proud to announce that our partner, Gary Bluestein, has received the Walmart Community Playmaker Award.  He received this award in honor of his efforts to help the local community, including his immense support and work for the Food Bank of Western New York.  Not only did Gary receive an award for all of his compassion and hard work for

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22
Feb

Can you discharge your tax debt through Bankruptcy?

By: Gary P. Bluestein, Esq. The general view of most accountants and attorneys we talk to is that tax debt is not dischargeable in Bankruptcy. When we tell them that a tax debt may indeed be dischargeable, people are typically very surprised. While there are many factors that determine whether a tax debt is dischargeable in a bankruptcy filing (primarily

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1
May

The Tax Alliance Conference (June 6-8, 2017)

WHEN:  June 6-8, 2017 WHERE: Plano Centre, Dallas Texas Gary Bluestein Presenting Topic: Trust Fund Recovery Penalty vs. Criminal Charges Under Section 7202 To Register Visit: http://www.taxalliance.org/register.html  

1
May

NACBA Annual Convention (May 4-7, 2017)

WHEN:  May 4-7, 2017 WHERE: Walt Disney World’s Dolphin Hotel   Gary Bluestein Presenting Topics: Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy Advanced: Know the Code, Nuances & Strategies of taxes in Bankruptcy Tax Traps in Bankruptcy To Register Visit: NACBA25 Registration

2
Jul

Matrimonial Law and the IRS

By: Gary Bluestein, Esq. Federal tax law can impact virtually every area of legal practice.  For example, in debtor/credit law, certain property is protected from enforced collection, such as a 401K, IRA or homestead exemption.  There is additionally a 10% limitation on wage garnishment.  However, none of these exemptions apply to the Internal Revenue Service.  Bankruptcy Law also treats tax creditors

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