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February 2018 Archives

Filing final federal income and estate taxes for the deceased

In the aftermath of the death of a family member or loved one, there are practical matters that need attending. It is an unfortunate reality that even death does not excuse a person from filing final taxes, an unpleasant task which generally falls to the executor or a close surviving family member.

Your business is moving. Should you sublet your premises?

If your company is considering relocating, you should do so based on business needs. Still, it's important to understand all the variables. For example, if you lease your current premises and your lease isn't up, you don't want to keep paying on your old lease as you take on a new one.

Estate planning in the digital age includes your digital assets

With effective estate planning, you may be able to transfer assets cost-effectively, reduce estate tax burden and limit the need for probate. It can grant authority to act on your behalf should you become incapacitated. Ideally, it would give access to everything necessary to manage and transfer your assets.

What you need for a successful unemployment insurance protest

Unnecessary unemployment insurance claims hurt your bottom line. If you believe one of your former workers should be disqualified from receiving UI benefits, you should file a protest with the Division of Unemployment Insurance. If you don't file a protest, your reserve account will be charged.

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