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The New Year serves as a natural point for reflection and goal-setting. One reset can include planning for your future through estate planning and elder law considerations. Here are 7 reasons why it is important.
On December 19, 2023, the Internal Revenue Service announced new penalty relief for approximately 4.7 million individuals, businesses and tax-exempt organizations that were not sent automated collection reminder notices because of the pandemic.
This is an important change to how Act 65 and the Sunshine Law have been recently interpreted by the Courts.
This article reviews the What, Why, and How of Guardianships and provides a comparison of Guardianship vs. Power of Attorney.
Mergers & acquisitions among insurance agencies and brokers in the
United States and Canada declined 34%, as compared to the 3rd quarter 2022.
The NLRB adopted a new standard for how it will evaluate workplace policies (commonly found in employee handbooks) to determine whether such policies interfere with or infringe upon employees’ rights to engage in protected activities.
On July 14, 2023, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2023-54 in response to comments and questions related to changes made by the SECURE 2.0 Act.
While the Court clarified the meaning of “undue hardship,” it still left employers without clear guidance as to when exactly a request for religious accommodation may be denied. However, the Court provided a number of points that employers should keep in mind.
For demonstration purposes this may be an extreme example. However, it did get your attention and hopefully, will trigger your interest to consider a Roth conversion as part of your overall estate planning.
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