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The Executor’s Checklist: 7 Things To Do Before They Die

Posted by on Sep 18, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Executor’s Checklist: 7 Things To Do Before They Die

Being an executor for an estate comes with a lot of responsibility. The process can be daunting if you go into it unprepared. In this article, we’ll look at some simple steps you can take while the testator is living that will make your job as the executor much easier when the time comes.Stromecki Article 9-18-18

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OSHA Goes Back More Than Five Years for Repeat Violations

Posted by on Sep 13, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on OSHA Goes Back More Than Five Years for Repeat Violations

OSHA can look beyond five years to assess “repeat violations” when considering the penalties against an employer for breaching workplace safety regulations, a U.S. appellate court has ruled.Stromecki OSHA Goes Back More Than Five Years for Repeat Violations

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How a Grandparent’s Help With College Tuition Affects Financial Aid

Posted by on Sep 11, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on How a Grandparent’s Help With College Tuition Affects Financial Aid

Grandparents often pay tuition directly to a college because it helps move more money out of their estate without being subject to gift taxes.Stromecki How a Grandparent’s Help with College Tuition

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Proposed Regs on Small Business Association Plans Could Invite Fraud

Posted by on Sep 6, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Proposed Regs on Small Business Association Plans Could Invite Fraud

Proposed regulations that would allow small businesses and individuals to band together to purchase group coverage could open up a new era of fraud in U.S. health insurance, according to comments filed by a number of groups.Stromecki Proposed Regs on Small Business Association Plans Could Invite Fraud

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Retirement Planning in High School? It’s Never Too Early, Experts Say

Posted by on Sep 4, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Retirement Planning in High School? It’s Never Too Early, Experts Say

It might seem odd to open a retirement account for a high school student. Stromecki Retirement Planning in High School

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Additional living expense

Posted by on Aug 30, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Additional living expense

Additional living expense coverage pays for the homeowner’s necessary increase in living costs when the home, damaged by a covered cause of loss, becomes unfit to live in.Stromecki Additional living expense

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