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Tax help: Live web chat, Tuesday, noon to 3 p.m.

More than four dozen federal tax provisions expired

More than four dozen federal tax provisions expired at the end of 2011. For small businesses, this may mean waiting to plan 2012 tax strategy until the situation is clearer, an expert says. Photo Credit: iStock

Submit your questions for a live chat with a tax panel on Tuesday, March 6, from noon to 3 p.m. A panel of certified public accountants from the New York State Society of CPAs will answer readers' questions about personal and business taxes.

To access the chat, click here. Questions can be submitted ahead of time.

CPAs scheduled to participate include: Robert Schaffer, of Castellano, Korenberg & Co.; Len Hoffman, of Bayer & Hoffman; Diane Giordano, Donald Crotty and Jill Scher, of Marcum; Robert Barnett, of Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld; Ruth Sattig Betz of Ruth A. Sattig Betz; Jack Angel; Arnold Haskell of Holtz Rubenstein Reminick; and Gary Goldberg.

The certified public accountants assisting in the Tax Help live web chat hosted by Newsday can answer general questions, but the answers are not a substitute for individualized advice and guidance from a professional Tax Adviser who is hired by you and has full knowledge of your specific circumstances or needs. Newsday makes no representations or warranties of any kind as to information given by the Tax Help accountants, and under no circumstances will it or the accountants be liable to any participant or other person for damages of any nature arising in any way from the use of such information.


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