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Recent Posts
June 29, 2018, Authored by Calvin Dexter, Category: Estate Planning
When someone dies, it is often necessary to start a probate proceeding to get the person’s estate administered. Probate is a court-supervised process to deal with a deceased person’s assets. That process will distribute those assets – or the net proceeds from the sale of those assets – to the heirs or beneficiaries. A probate […]
May 31, 2018, Authored by Jason Krautkramer, Category: Estate Planning
There are many benefits available to wartime veterans, surviving spouses, and children. First let’s discuss who qualifies as a wartime veteran. A wartime veteran is one who served active military duty during one of the eligible wartime periods. They include the Mexican Border Period, World War I, World War II, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam […]
March 30, 2018, Authored by Calvin Dexter, Category: Estate Planning
I’m thinking about all the times I’ve had older clients tell me a banker advised them, “Just put your son or daughter’s name on the account. Then they can write checks to pay your bills if you need help with that. And after you die, there will be no need for probate.” Your banker is […]
March 28, 2018, Authored by Julie Meeks, Category: Business
Before the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Tax Act”), deciding whether to conduct a business as a C corporation or in the form of a “flow-through” entity, such as a partnership, LLC , or an S corporation, used to be far more straightforward. However, due to changes brought forth under the […]
February 28, 2018, Authored by Jason Krautkramer, Category: Estate Planning
Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December of 2017 which is aimed at cutting taxes for corporations and all Americans. While the bulk of the legislation went into effect January 2018, most taxpayers will not see much of a difference in their taxes until 2019 when they file their 2018 taxes. Before […]
January 31, 2018, Authored by Kristin Slonski, Category: Business
After months of hearing about it, I finally got around to watching the movie Wonder Woman the other night. It reminded me of a question that came up over our Facebook page, “Could testimony obtained by Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth be used in court?” As always when you ask a lawyer, the answer is: […]
December 21, 2017, Authored by Jason Krautkramer, Category: Estate Planning
Although it’s the season of giving, no one wants to share with the IRS. Luckily, the law provides you many opportunities to give gifts to family, friends, and charities tax-free. Some are straightforward, while others may require the help of a professional. Your Yearly Coupons Each year on January 1st, everyone receives what can be […]
November 28, 2017, Authored by Kristi French, Category: Compliance
A company that sells a product at a location other than its place of business or a finance company that purchases a contract for such sale should be aware of consumer cancellation rights under the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) Cooling-Off Rule and related state laws. Under the FTC’s Cooling-Off Rule, a consumer has three days […]
November 21, 2017, Authored by Calvin Dexter, Category: Estate Planning
“My will controls all of my assets when I die, right?” The people that ask me that question are surprised to learn the answer is, “probably not.” The law allows ownership of assets to transfer at death in different ways. It can be done through contracts, trusts, joint ownership, or through probate administration – with […]
October 31, 2017, Authored by Daniel Daubert, Category: Business
From time to time most companies need additional funds to operate their business or to take advantage of business opportunities. If the business owners do not have readily accessible funds to invest, the next most common course of action is to approach a bank for a loan. Knowing what to expect and being prepared often […]
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