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Time Running Out for End of Year Planning

Sep 28, 2020 - by

ACTION ALERT:  Estate Planning If there is a change in control in Washington following the November election, there will likely be significant changes to the estate and gift tax systems based on Mr. Biden’s published tax policy proposals. This is not a message in support of either candidate, or a […]

Taxpayer Guide to the CARES Act

Jul 6, 2020 - by

Taxpayer Guide to the CARES Act The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was approved by Congress and signed into law on March 27, 2020.  The CARES Act is a $2.2 Trillion Dollar tax-and-spending package intended to provide economic relief to businesses and individuals in light of the […]

IRS Increases “Carryover” Limit for Health FSAs

Jun 19, 2020 - by

To read this Alert in PDF format, click here. If you offer a Health Flexible Spending Account (“Health FSA”) to your employees, you are probably already familiar with the rules that apply, including the following: Participants must make an election during open enrollment as to how much, if anything, they […]

GETTING BACK TO BASICS: What You Need in an Estate Plan

Jun 8, 2020 - by

The anxiety that has been caused by the new coronavirus has sparked numerous conversations about what documents a person needs as part of an estate plan.  A quality estate plan should encompass more than just a Last Will or Revocable Trust Agreement.  The estate plan should also include incapacity documents, such […]

Text Messaging in the Workplace – Think Before You Send

May 19, 2020 - by

Text Messaging in the Workplace – Think Before You Send Text messaging has changed the way healthcare providers communicate with one another in the workplace. Most providers carry smartphones or tablets with them throughout the day, and many use these devices to send and receive patient data through encrypted text […]

The EIDL Loan Program

Apr 13, 2020 - by

By Krystle Dalke To view and download this Alert as a pdf, click here.  We recently published an alert discussing the Paycheck Protection Program (the “Program”) provided in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security or “CARES Act”.  Additionally, businesses and private non-profit organizations can also apply for loans and […]

DOL Issues Regulations for New Paid Leave Law

Apr 2, 2020 - by

When a new law is enacted, it normally takes months and sometimes years before regulations are issued.  But that is not the case with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”). On April 1, scarcely two weeks after the Act was enacted, and on the very day the Act […]

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