Frank Brunetti has been practicing law for over thirty years in the areas of estate and wealth preservation, tax planning for business entities and complex tax matters. He is admitted to the New Jersey and New York Bars as well as the United States Tax Court. Mr. Brunetti provides representation in federal and state tax matters, IRS controversies, estate and business planning and guidance for the preparation of wills and trusts as well as the administration of estates.
In addition to practicing law, Mr. Brunetti is a Professor of Taxation and Law at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he teaches several graduate tax courses. He is the author of numerous articles and books in the income tax and estate planning field, including Fundamentals of Federal Tax Accounting published by the American Law Institute-American Bar Association. He continues to lecture extensively on topics that include tax accounting, corporate taxation and estate planning to name a few. Mr. Brunetti is also an Observer Member of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Cooperation in International Tax Matters.
New York University School of Law (LL.M. in Taxation, 1977)
The U.S. government has made a number of notable strides to enforce tax evasion law cracking down on foreign offshore tax evaders, but a new report suggests that the Internal Revenue Service may still lack the sufficient preparedness to fully implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. According to a report published by government watchdog Treasury […]
The number of countries agreeing to assist the U.S. in enforcing the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) continues to grow, and two additional territories recently agreed to share account details of offshore funds held by Americans with federal officials. The Cayman Islands and Costa Rica have entered into Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs) with the U.S., according to the […]
Government officials have released proposed changes to the U.S. corporate tax code in an effort to encourage more multinationals to maintain or move operations to the country, which would spark job growth and keep more funds in U.S. territories. The legislation would create a permanent exemption for many of the profits earned by American corporate […]
The price of bitcoins recently reached a record high of $675, up from its price of only $12 one year ago. As the price soars and more people begin to use the digital currency in all manner of transactions, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs is examining whether they should intervene and start setting […]
States have long provided corporate tax breaks and deductions to profitable companies that agree to maintain operations within their territories. While these tax breaks can total into the millions of dollars, they may not always be a reliable way to convince some companies to stay put, a new analysis suggests. Washington state recently made history […]