Estate Planning for 2016 and Beyond

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

The last few years have seen significant changes to income tax and estate tax law. These changes will affect estate planning for the foreseeable future. If your estate plan is more than two years old or if your circumstances have significantly changed since your plan was implemented, you are due now for an estate plan...

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Our office has a long history of representing first-time homebuyers.  The number of first-time homebuyers is growing; in the Northeast, nearly 36% of buyers were first-timers in 2015.  One of the most daunting aspects of the process for a first-time buyer is obtaining a mortgage. Fortunately, there are a number of financing opportunities available to...

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On October 1, 2015 TRID, or the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule (don’t you love acronyms inside of acronyms?), became effective.  This is new federal law that is intended to make mortgages more transparent and easier to understand for consumers, which are both good things.  However, with the new rules come different forms, different timelines and...

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When you are starting a business, one of the most important early decisions you will make is when (and how) to structure your company. Incorporation, when done the right way, will cost money, which is why too many companies either do it wrong to avoid the expense, or put off incorporation as long as possible. Business issues...

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