Michael Maye

Michael Maye is the founder and president of MJM Financial Advisors (www.mjmfinadv.com), a registered investment advisory firm in Berkeley Heights, N.J. He is a member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) and has been a speaker covering tax topics at NAPFA's national and regional conferences. Maye has also been a frequent contributor to the Star Ledger of New Jersey's "Biz Brain" and "Get With the Plan" articles. In addition to NAPFA, he is a member of Financial Planning Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New Jersey State Society of CPAs and the Estate Planning Council of Northern New Jersey.

Recent Articles By The Author

The Taxman Trolls the Interstate

The Taxman Trolls the Interstate

The days of being able to avoid sales taxes through out-of-state purchases are likely coming to a close.

The Tax Answer to Short-Term Capital Gains

The Tax Answer to Short-Term Capital Gains

If you've got short-term capital gains, consider tax loss harvesting.

Rich Families: Look at Donor-Advised Funds

Rich Families: Look at Donor-Advised Funds

The give the same benefits as a private family foundation without all the administrative costs and rules.

Watch Out for Implications of Family Loans

Watch Out for Implications of Family Loans

Family loans typically come with low interest but serious tax and relationship implications.

Personal Continuity Plan Can Defeat Disaster

Personal Continuity Plan Can Defeat Disaster

A storm can take out your power for days, which might destroy your business. Here are ways to beat a natural disaster.

High Spenders Need a Reality Check

High Spenders Need a Reality Check

Everything's fine until you get that final paycheck and face the next 30 years of retirement.

Flight to Safe Treasuries Might Not Be So Safe

Flight to Safe Treasuries Might Not Be So Safe

Your investments have to stay ahead of inflation on a longer term-basis, and Treasuries aren't doing it.

Tax Angles to Look for When Selling Business

Tax Angles to Look for When Selling Business

Small-business owners who sell their company need to understand how and when payment streams will be taxed.

Storm Damage Might Be Tax-Deductible

Storm Damage Might Be Tax-Deductible

File fast, and don't expect everything back, but those who got hit hard by storms can find comfort in tax forms.

Starting a Business? Review Tax Implications

Starting a Business? Review Tax Implications

New business owners often pay lip service to mundane details such as entity formation, but it's a decision with huge impact.