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Macy Johnson, Attorney at Law

Macy Johnson has a law practice in New York (NY)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Tax Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Wills & Probate matters.
www.davidsondawson.com
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60 East 42nd Street 38th Floor, New York, NY 10165
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Tax Law
Trusts & Estate Planning: Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts
Wills & Probate: Probate
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Bar Admissions
  • New York (NY) 1978
Professional Organizations and Memberships
  • several tax-exempt organizations
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English
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New York

New York: New York
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NY's Richardson complex gets tax breaks for plans
Wall Street Journal BUFFALO, N.Y. — Plans to transform the languishing Richardson Olmsted Complex in Buffalo will be helped by $7.5 million in tax breaks approved by the Erie County Industrial Development Agency. The agency granted the mix of property, sales tax and ... more »
Businesses Beware: Hidden Sales Tax Implications for Companies Operating ...
Wall Street Journal (press release) Narrated by Steven Bryde, Principal in MP&S's State and Local Tax Practice, it explains the ways many states are aggressively developing, interpreting and enforcing new sales tax laws involving cloud computing and software as a service ("SaaS"). New... more »
“Tax-free NY” as misguided as it sounds
Salon Taxes pay for public safety and courts that safeguard the rule of law. A “tax-free NY” would be a New York of anarchy, dire poverty, and hopelessness. Of course, the governor is not really proposing to get rid of all taxes in New York. Instead he would ... more »
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“Interested person” means any person who may reasonably be expected to be affected by the outcome of the particular proceeding involved. In any proceeding affecting the estate or the rights of a beneficiary in the estate, the personal representative of the estate shall be deemed to be an interested person. The term does not include a beneficiary who has … Full Definition »
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