17
Jul
Is she an “I/C” or an Employee?
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Is she an “I/C” or an Employee? 17 Jul Posted by Matthew McClintock Category: BusinessEmployment No Comments In recent years the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has taken a more critical look at...
4
Jul
Planning for LIFE
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Estate planning isn’t just planning for what happens after you die; it’s also about planning for life. Who can make important decisions for you if you’re away or if you can’t make those decisions for yourself anymore? Who is going to take care of the kids if you can’t?

3
Jul
Planning for What’s Next
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Planning for What’s Next 3 Jul Posted by Matthew McClintock Category: Estate Planning No Comments No one likes to really think about it but we know it's going to happen eventually. Someday the...
2
Jul
Making it Work Over Time
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Making it Work Over Time 2 Jul Posted by Matthew McClintock Category: Estate Planning No Comments Once it's complete, an estate plan needs to be reviewed and revised fairly frequently. The law changes,...
21
Jun
Tax Planning for Non-U.S. Citizens
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Tax Planning for Non-U.S. Citizens 21 Jun Posted by Matthew McClintock Category: InternationalTax No Comments Individuals from all over the world are investing in the U.S. in record numbers. Many are buying or...
19
Jun
Estate Planning After a Divorce
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Estate Planning After a Divorce 19 Jun Posted by Matthew McClintock Category: Estate Planning No Comments When a couple goes through the difficulty of divorce the last thing either party wants to do...
19
May
The Most Painful “Growing Pains”
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The Most Painful “Growing Pains” 19 May Posted by Matthew McClintock Category: Estate Planning No Comments Sometimes even well designed estate plans go sideways. Dealing with the death of a family leader is...
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