Bridgewater, NJ – Jill Lebowitz, a Member of the Bridgewater-based law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will speak at “Hot Tips in Taxation 2016” on Monday, January 25, from 4-8 pm at the New Jersey Law Center. The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education is presenting the seminar in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Taxation Section. Bramwit will present “Eduardo Saverin and Other Savvy People: Giving Up U.S. Citizenship and the Exit Tax,” and Lebowitz will present “The PATH to a Permanent IRA Charitable Rollover.”
This essential update features a panel with 14 of New Jersey’s most experienced tax practitioners delivering hot tips designed to help attorneys better serve their clients. Topics include Estate Planning, Estate and Gift Tax; Corporate Tax Strategies; Flow-Thru Entities; Compliance; Trust and Estate Income Taxation; State Taxation; Individual Income Tax; Foreign Tax Issues; and Procedural Issues. To register, please visit the NJICLE website or call 732-214-8500.
Lebowitz devotes her practice to estate planning, trust and estate administration, and counseling tax-exempt organizations. She regularly advises tax exempt organizations regarding federal tax exemption issues, state charitable registration filings, and governance issues. She is also experienced in drafting estate planning instruments and counseling individuals and families regarding estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax issues, and the development of both simple and complex estate plans. In addition, she handles all aspects of trust and estate administration, as well as fiduciary litigation. Lebowitz is Vice Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section, and a member of the Elder and Disability Law Section. She is also Vice President and a Trustee of the Greater Middlesex/Somerset Estate Planning Council, and a member of the Newark Museum Business and Community Council. Lebowitz earned her LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law, her J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law—Newark, and her B.A. from New York University.