Our clients are some of the most grateful people we know. It seems appropriate on this holiday to document the things that we’re most thankful for and the persons responsible for them. We’re always thankful for you, our clients, and look forward to serving you in the coming year!
From one of our Elder-Law attorney friends Ira Leff As the old joke goes, there’s good news and bad news… The good news is that your Social Security, Civil Service, and V.A. benefits are going up in January by 1.3 percent. So, if you are currently receiving $1,000 per month gross income, starting in…Pension, social security, VA benefits
Most of our clients who are elder-care providers are aware of the 100 days of skilled care (Nursing Home Coverage) that Medicare will provide. Due to the COVID crises, an extension of this timeline is available. Elder-Law Attorney Ira Leff describes this in detail on his website. The summary below is reprinted with permission from…100 days, break in service, Medicare, supplemental medicare
If you’re considering moving to a different state, taxes in the new state may be the deciding factor—especially if you expect them to be lower. Consider All Applicable State and Local Taxes If your objective is to move to a lower-tax state, it may seem like a no-brainer to move to one that has no…domicile, state income tax, yield
When you get two tax attorneys discussing how IRS can take your assets before you are even accused of a crime, it gets my attention. As our guest speaker attorney Kelly Phillips says, “Due process is a fundamental Constitutional right.” You may feel like you’re in a law school class, but the audio below is…forfeiture, irs, seize
Our friends at the law firm of Berman, Fink Van Horn PC just published an excellent article on protecting your business from Covid lawsuits. Although written with healthcare providers in mind, the legal guidelines and protective acts could apply to any business. Attorney Kenneth Winkler offers the following summary of the new Georgia law: Under…business liability, covid, covid19
I recently spoke to a client in North Atlanta whose business storefront suffered damage from the riots in the city. Although a deductible casualty loss was the last thing on their mind, it might be helpful to cover this topic as it relates to damage to your business property. The recent riots in…4684, casualty, damage, looting, riot
Work Opportunity Tax Credit extended through 2020 If you’re a business owner, be aware that a recent tax law extended a credit for hiring individuals from one or more targeted groups. Employers can qualify for a valuable tax credit known as the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). Generally, an employer is eligible for the credit…business tax credit, Tax credit, work credit, wotc