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.
Jacqueline Fahey is the Regional Vice President for the Bucks County market of Republic Bank, one of the fastest-growing financial institutions in the Philadelphia region. In this role, she is responsible for lending and deposit relationships in Bucks County, PA. With more than 20 years of experience from various financial institutions in banking and lending, Fahey demonstrates superior customer service which is key to building the Republic bank brand.
As one of the largest Philadelphia-based retail banking institutions with 23 convenient locations regionally, Republic Bank stores are open seven days a week, 361 days a year, with extended lobby and drive-thru hours, providing customers with the longest hours of any bank in the area. The bank also offers absolutely free checking, free coin counting, ATM/Debit cards issued on the spot and access to more than 55,000 surcharge free ATMs worldwide via the Allpoint network. Building on the momentum of its aggressive growth plan, coined “The Power of Red is Back,” Republic Bank continues to rapidly expand its regional footprint with new stores planned for 2018 in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. It is also regarded as one of the top SBA lenders in the tri-state area and prides itself on making lending decisions quickly and locally.