Avoid these 3 estate planning mistakes

Creating an estate plan is an essential step to ensuring someone’s assets will be handled according to their wishes. However, while setting out to create an estate plan is a good start, there are a few common mistakes that can derail anyone’s best-laid plans:...

Should I write my own will?

Some people believe their estate planning needs are simple enough to create their own wills. While you can save money going the DIY route, should you make a mistake, your family will be faced with the consequences. Your estate may end up in probate court, which can be...

New EEOC Guidelines

On October 4, 2013 we discussed on the blog how Abercrombie & Fitch was being sued for religious discrimination when the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) claimed it fired a Muslim employee for wearing her hijab in the workplace, rather than...

Delay for Obamacare Coverage

As discussed on the Blog on December 5, 2014, yet again, the Federal Government announced another delay in a compliance date for small businesses regarding The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The Treasury received many requests to offer more time for small...