A tax partner at Anchin and a member of the Firm’s Private Client Group, Barry focuses on IRS and state practice, procedure, and representation as well as multi-state taxation, taxation of closely held businesses, and financial and retirement planning.
Barry is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA). He is also a frequent presenter of continuing education programs on a wide variety of tax issues.
- Private Client
- Tax Controversy
- Tax Planning and Compliance
- Tax Debt Could Cost You Your PassportMarch 7, 2017
Barry Weisman, Tax Partner, guides us through the process to that extreme eventuality.
- How Big Is Sixth's Circuit's Attack On IRS Substance Over Form Rule?February 28, 2017
Barry Weisman, Tax Partner, reacts to the Sixth Circuit Summa Holdings ruling.
- Match Group CEO Wins Tax Case By Arguing His Heart Was In Texas With His DogFebruary 19, 2017
Tax Partner, Barry Weisman, explains how Greg Blatt's dog was the evident tie-breaker in the decision.
- The Government is Holding Millions in Unclaimed Retirement MoneyFebruary 7, 2017
Barry Weisman, Tax Partner, illustrates how searches in the wrong state can leave large retirement accounts unclaimed.
- A ‘Seismic Shift’ in the Partnership Audit RulesOctober 18, 2016
Anchin Tax Partner, Barry Weisman, discusses the need to revise procedure because of the rise in multi-tiered partnerships.
- New York State ACH Debit Block ID ChangesJune 10, 2015
For those of you using the New York State electronic payment system, there is an update you need to be aware of. Effective June 25, 2015, The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance will convert to a new bank to receive electronic payment of taxes. This will require changes to the New York State (Company) ID and name for debit blocks.
- How the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Can Impact Your TaxesJune 1, 2015
In an ostensibly significant taxpayer victory, a bitterly divided (5-4) U.S. Supreme Court ruled on May 18, 2015 in Comptroller of the Treasury of Maryland v. Wynne that Maryland’s personal income tax regime ran afoul of the Constitution’s "Dormant" Commerce Clause.