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Do you need a coronavirus clause in your real estate contract?

Thursday, March 19, 2020

We have been thinking a lot about you lately - our clients, our business partners, our employees and our communities. National health concerns have changed the way Realtors® and lawyers should be drafting real estate contracts for clients.

The virus is already impacting the economy and beginning to show in the housing markets. What does that mean for buyers, sellers and Realtors®?

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Why Small Business Lawyers are Right for Small Business Companies

Friday, October 18, 2019

Small business lawyers: they serve small businesses, right? But how, exactly? Although most people know what tax attorneys, divorce lawyers, and real estate lawyers do, not many people understand the duties of small business lawyers. Additionally, very few small businesses understand how to use small business lawyers to grow their companies and scale their operations.

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Even MORE tax & real estate news tips!

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Like no other firm, we take a holistic approach in offering legal and tax services with a focus on Real Estate & Business, all under one roof.  We are two firms functioning as one team, offering years of experience with a personal approach.

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We are hiring the best!

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Growing, energetic, ambitious tax accounting firm looking for the right fit Tax Accounting Professional with 4-5 years useful and applicable experience in tax preparation and the necessary related technologies. 

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Top Tax and Real Estate Tips and Free Advice!

Monday, August 20, 2018

Running throughout the year, our short, FREE and insightful seminars will empower participants with important, easy to understand, legal and tax knowledge that will promote efficiency, minimize liability and maximize profitability.

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What you need to know about tax scam calls, FREE tax seminars and relocation

Monday, July 23, 2018

The IRS has warned taxpayers to remain vigilant against phishing telephone and email scams, particularly at a time when those who have recently filed returns could be waiting for a response or refund. The IRS also urges taxpayers to be alert against year-round tax scams, which tend to evolve over time. Under the phone scam, the scammer warns the victim that if he or she does not call back, an arrest warrant would be issued or other law enforcement intervention, deportation or revocation of licenses would be initiated.

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