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Inherited IRAs No Longer Exempt in a Bankruptcy

Inherited IRAs No Longer Exempt in a Bankruptcy

“Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.” ~ Mark Twain. I have no idea what Mark Twain would have said about our U.S. Supreme Court’s recent unanimous decision in Clark v. Rameker, (Sup Ct. (6/12/2014)...

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MAKING LESS OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS

MAKING LESS OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS

Effective April 29, 2016, the law has changed regarding Social Security Benefits. Suspend and Restart will be Gone.Married couples can no longer use the “file and suspend” option. Under Suspend and Restart, you could increase benefits once you started...

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New Veterans Administration (VA) Rules

New Veterans Administration (VA) Rules

The VA has finally released its new regulations, which can be very important to anyone who files for VA benefits AFTER October 18, 2018, or who wants to file before then! The Good News: Allowable medical expenses have increased to include the monthly cost...

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Is a Living Trust Right For You?

Is a Living Trust Right For You?

“What is a Living Trust and Who Does it Involve?” A trust is very flexible and many provisions can be drawn to achieve your specific goals. A trust has three parties: one who creates it (a “Grantor”); one who administers is (the “Trustee”); and one who...

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Anniversary of U S Income Tax – 100 Years

Anniversary of U S Income Tax – 100 Years

In October, 1913 a minor provision was attached to a revenue bill to establish the first income tax following the ratification in February, 1913 of the Sixteenth Amendment of the Constitution. There were prior forms of income tax, but they were short lived...

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Common Employment Questions (Part 2 of 2)

Common Employment Questions (Part 2 of 2)

Clients routinely call seeking opinions regarding Restrictive Covenants and Non-Competition Clauses; Either employees wondering whether they can change jobs under a non-compete clause or employers seeking to put a non-compete clause in place or enforce an...

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