Jaime Reichardt

Jaime Reichardt: Attorney with Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
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  • 600 College Road East, Princeton, NJ 08540
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Jaime Reichardt is Chair of the Sills Cummis & Gross State and Local Tax Practice. Mr. Reichardt helps companies not only identify potential compliance issues and tax reporting exposures, but also assists with identifying and securing pro-active refunds, tax credits or abatements, and other incentive opportunities. Throughout the years, he has secured several million dollars in tax savings and economic development benefits. Mr. Reichardt’s practice also includes resolving state tax controversies and audits with various revenue departments across tax types, including corporate income tax, franchise and net worth tax, personal income tax, sales and use tax, gross receipts tax, local business privilege or earned income taxes, real and personal property taxes, and unclaimed property.

Before joining the Firm, he was a state and local tax director at Citrin Cooperman, providing consulting advice to all different types of businesses and individuals on income tax, sales tax, gross receipts tax, property tax, realty transfer tax and credits and incentives issues. Before Citrin Cooperman, he was a senior associate in the state and local tax practices with two other national law firms. Prior to private practice, Mr. Reichardt was a tax policy advisor with the State of New Jersey and a tax policy lobbyist.

Mr. Reichardt speaks frequently on topics related to state and local income and business activity taxes, nexus, income sourcing, sales tax nexus, product taxability and sourcing, as well as tax credits and incentives developments. He has been quoted in publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Legal Intelligencer and NJBIZ .

Press Releases

Sills Cummis & Gross Welcomes Jaime Reichardt

11/7/2017

In The News Items

(Big) opportunity knocks: Why Sills Cummis’ Attorneys Feel Opportunity Zones Could Bring ‘Greatest Wealth Transfer in History of Country’

ROI-NJ 7/30/2018

Experts: Supreme Court’s ‘Wayfair’ Ruling Will Have Broader Impact on Taxes Than Real Estate

Real Estate NJ 7/17/2018

Budget Now in Tow, Here Cometh Taxman

NJBIZ 7/9/2018

Supreme Court Closes Online Sales Tax Loophole for Retail Sector, State Governments

Real Estate NJ 6/22/2018

Presentations

New Jersey and Federal Tax Update Webinar

Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. 9/26/2018

Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware Tax Incentives

Industrial Asset Management Council; Select Greater Philadelphia Council 9/15/2018

New Jersey State Tax Update 2018

Personal Income Tax Update; Corporate Income Tax Update; Economic Development, Business Expansion and Job Creation - New Jersey Incentives HalfMoon Education Inc. 7/27/2018

ELFA Annual Legal Forum

Open/Hot Topic Discussion ELFA 5/8/2018

Leib Preis Tax Seminar

Prospects for 2018 New Jersey Tax Legislation 4/25/2018

PBC Business Seminar Series

The Aftermath of Tax Reform for the Biotech Industry and Investors Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center 4/11/2018

TEI February Full Day Seminar

Multistate Income and Sales Tax Update and Strategies New Jersey Chapter of Tax Executives Institute 2/23/2018

Tax Reform Seminar

New Jersey Builders Association 1/30/2018

Publications

New Jersey Taxes - They Are a-Changing...

NJCPA News 7/25/2018

U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Quill: Online Sellers Can Now be Compelled to Collect Sales Tax

The National Law Review 6/22/2018

NJ Partnerships End Up Winners in Tax Court Decision

Law360 6/18/2018

A Taste of SALT for Software and Data Providers and Users

TechNews 4/1/2018

Software and Data Taxing Issues

New Jersey Business Magazine 3/1/2018

Property Tax Appeals - Now Is the Time

New Jersey Business Today 2/17/2018

Federal Tax Reform with a Garden State of Mind

1/8/2018

New Jersey Tax Court Says No to Taxing Foreign-Source Income

12/4/2017

Op-Ed - A SALTY Compromise to Consider for Tax Reform

ROI-NJ 11/6/2017

A SALTY Compromise to Consider for Tax Reform

An Open Letter to Blue State GOP House Members 11/3/2017

Industry News -Tax Reform Update

11/3/2017

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Real Estate
  • State and Local Tax
  • Tax, Trusts and Estates

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
University Attended:
Rutgers University, B.S., summa cum laude, 2006; Loyola Law School, LL.M., Taxation, 2011
Law School Attended:
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, J.D., 2009
Year of First admission:
2009
Admission:
2009, New Jersey; 2013, New York; 2014, Pennsylvania
Memberships:

Affiliations

Committee Member, Tax Policy, New Jersey Business and IndustryAssociation (NJBIA)
Member, State Chamber of Commerce
Member, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
Member, Bucks County Economic Development Corporation
Member, State and Local Tax Section, Philadelphia Bar Association
Member, Council on State Taxation
Member, Institute for Professionals in Taxation

ISLN:
923013682
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