The article discusses developers’ concerns over the re-vamped 421-a tax exemption program for housing, particularly a provision allowing Lawyers the Real Estate Board of New York and the building trades to negotiate the program’s wage mandate for construction workers.
Overview: Steve is counsel to many of the firm’s wealthiest and most prominent clients, providing sophisticated tax and estate planning advice for several large New York real estate families, private equity funds, Wall Street investment bankers, fund managers, corporate executives, large estates and others.
Combining our expertise in Tax, Real Estate, Joint Ventures and Partnerships practice groups, we represent clients in sophisticated real estate transactions, including, but not limited to sale, exchange, lease and property refinancing, IRC Section 1031 tax-free exchanges, installment sales, long term lease agreements and sale-leasebacks.
The office maintains ongoing referral relationships with a diverse range of organizations including Hot Bread Kitchen, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, the Office of the Appellate Defender, the Legal Aid Society, Family Equality Council, MFY Legal Services, the Partnership for New York City and the New York City AIDS Memorial Park Campaign.
Joe Callahan is not just well-versed in contesting, resolving, and dissolving tax disputes that have become an issue; he is also a top NYC tax attorney, with over 31 years of tax experience advising his clients and helping them plan ahead so they can avoid problems in the future.
These charts show the average base salary (core compensation), as well as the average total cash compensation for the job of Tax Attorney II in New York, NY. The base salary for Tax Attorney II ranges from $133,470 to $181,250 with the average base salary of $167,562.