LIVINGSTON, NJ — A column by Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC, senior member Robert Blackwell, discussing the tax implications of each type of business structure an individual can choose when forming a company, was recently published in “North Caldwell Magazine.”

The local certified public accounting firm’s Robert Blackwell, CPA / PFS/ CGMA provides accounting, tax and consulting services for a diverse client base of individuals and closely held or family-owned businesses.

Blackwell is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant in New Jersey and New York, a Personal Financial Specialist (PFS), and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). Working closely with clients, Blackwell combines knowledge, experience and insight to recommend investments that will assist them in achieving their business and personal financial goals.

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“Each business structure has its own legal and tax ramifications. Your business goals will play a large factor in determining the best business structure to choose,” said Blackwell.

The options available for future business owners are sole proprietorship, partnership, Limited Liability Company, and corporation—each with their own advantages and disadvantages.

To read the column, click here.

To set up an interview with Robert Blackwell, contact Amy Delman, Amy Delman Public Relations, LLC, at 201.563.4614 or

Levine, Jacobs provides a unique combination of twenty-first century accounting, business consulting and financial planning services to a diverse list of individuals located primarily in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

Levine, Jacobs & Company, L.L.C. prides itself on its teamwork abilities where “every account receives the talent and expertise of the whole firm.” With headquarters in Livingston, NJ, clients are located throughout the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania tri-state region.

Levine, Jacobs & Company, L.L.C. maintains memberships in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants.