February 18th, 2022

Part 2: Getting Your Vehicle Replaced

If your vehicle is declared a total loss, you may see it evaluated by insurers at prior market prices, not current overly inflated prices. This means if you have purchased a car recently you may…

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February 18th, 2022

Part 1: Getting Your Vehicle Repaired

Everything from shipping delays, labor shortages to COVID’s continued challenges has caused the shutdown of production factories which makes getting vehicle parts difficult if not impossible. Personal Injury attorney Fred Balkin provides some tip on…

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Car Accident

February 18th, 2022

Important Notice Regarding Property Damage Claims

In an ongoing effort to keep our clients fully informed about issues regarding their personal injury cases, we want to bring to your attention disturbing realities regarding property damage claims which we do not see…

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personal injury settlements for minors

February 11th, 2022

What You Need to Know About Personal Injury Settlements For Minors

Getting into an accident with your child in the vehicle is a frightening experience.  If your child is injured in the accident, you can pursue a claim on your child’s behalf to get compensation for…

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February 7th, 2022

Managing a Charity and Overwhelmed?? Delegate Your Bequest Management!

Managing a charitable organization can be extremely challenging. There are a lot of moving parts that take energy and time away from actually doing the charitable work. No matter the size of your team, there…

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Clock ticking on home plans

February 7th, 2022

Dealing With Supply Chain Issues in Home Renovations and While Building Custom Homes

Have you spent the duration of COVID-19 dreaming of renovating your kitchen, a bathroom, adding a much-needed home office, or even building a custom home? If so, you are not alone as many homeowners are…

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Tax Attorney David De Jong

February 1st, 2022

January Federal Tax Update

INDIVIDUALS In Hewitt v. Commissioner, 128 AFTR2d 2021-7033, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the Tax Court and found IRS regulations were not properly developed and were arbitrary and capricious which would have taken…

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January 27th, 2022

Waiting For Your Day in Court

Insurance companies are taking advantage of the backlog in the court system due to COVID and making low offers because they know people don’t want to wait. As a result, many accident victims are not…

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Woman Running Home Business Mobile Payment

January 26th, 2022

Get Paid Through Peer-to-Peer Apps? Be Aware of New IRS Reporting Requirements

The Internal Revenue Service has made significant changes to income reporting requirements for 2022 by all third-party payment processors such as Venmo, PayPal and Cash App.  They must report payments for goods and services reaching…

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Lease Agreement

January 10th, 2022

Landlord 101: Check Your License!

The Maryland Court of Appeals recently issued an important decision which interpreted a longstanding Maryland licensing rule which stipulates that a Maryland landlord may not offer to rent a residential property without having a rental…

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