When it comes to dealing with the ups and downs of crypto markets, enthusiasts have a term for long-haul investing. "HODLing" may look like a weird typo, but it actually stands for "holding on for dear life." That may sound funny if you haven't invested dollars or time into tracking crypto prices, but not so much if you've watched your crypto fortunes boom and bust over time, and if you're just holding on to see what happens next.
Partner Asher Rubinstein was recently featured in Marketscale.com's article on E.U. Whiskey Tariffs The whiskey market is eager for a return to form. In 2018, in response to the U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs targeting the E.U. and ordered by former President Donald Trump, the European Commission imposed a retaliatory 25% tariff on some key American goods, including U.S. distilled bourbon and whiskey. The popular aged American spirit has a healthy foundation of sales within the states and abroad, and still sees year over year growth, reaching $4.3 billion in revenue in 2020. Even so, the industry at large relies on a stable synergy between the U.S. and E.U. markets.
One of the most complex financial transactions you’re likely to be involved with is buying a home. After all, the mortgage documents alone can be dozens of pages — many of them steeped in legalese.
CNYC 41st Annual Housing: New Laws & Rules in NYC: Responsibilities and Opportunities for Co-ops & Condos.
Join Gallet Dreyer & Berkey Partner and CNYC President Marc Luxemburg and Architect Leon Geoxavier at the CNYC 41st Annual Housing Conference Sunday, November 14, 2021 at 9 am for Session 101: New Laws & Rules in NYC: Responsibilities and Opportunities for Co-ops & Condos.
Attention to detail: Lawyers understand the “big picture,” which is usually a reflection of what the client is seeking to accomplish. However, the client’s overall goals are predicated upon many details.
If the IRS having more scrutiny over bank accounts makes you squirm, then buckle up. A proposed change to bank reporting standards would require banks to report $600 or more in transactions to the IRS.