If you own or plan to own rental property, it’s a great idea to own it with a limited liability company (“LLC”). The tax status that you elect for your LLC can cost or save you taxes. You have a variety of tax statuses to chose from with an LLC. An LLC can be treated
The fourth quarter is a great time to start looking ahead to 2021 but also look back on what you planned to get done in 2020 but haven’t yet accomplished. Here are some suggestions for your consideration.
A new interim final rule (IFR) provides new guidance concerning forgiveness and loan review processes for PPP loans of $50,000 or less.
The primary purpose of auto insurance is to protect you or a member of your family against financial loss in the event of an accident. Here are tips for getting better coverage while reducing your overall auto insurance bill.
With more people than ever expected to vote by mail in November, making sure your vote is counted in Pennsylvania may come down to an envelope. Here’s everything you need to know about voting by mail in Pennsylvania for the Nov. 3 general election. What are mail ballots? In Pennsylvania, you now have two options
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has decided that the odor of marijuana alone does not give police sufficient probably cause to engage in a warrantless search a vehicle.
Tips to bid smart and reduce risk at Sherriff and tax sales
Our LegalShield member worked for a temp employment agency and was released from an assignment during the COVID pandemic. She filed an application for unemployment comp. Our member was shocked when the application was denied because the temp agency failed to report her wages. This was a huge problem for the member and her family
By Dachan Furnace, Esquire Did your Stimulus check get intercepted to pay your spouse’s back child support? You may have been one of the millions of Americans expecting a stimulus check, but instead received a Notice of Offset from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If that’s your reality, we have good news! The IRS will begin to send out what they call “catch-up” payments to all eligible spouses whose stimulus check was applied
Many of the lockdown and business closure orders issued by Gov. Wolf have been ruled unconstitutional by a Federal judge. Judge William Stickman issued an order on September 14, 2020 striking most of these orders down. The plaintiffs in the case included seven businesses and their owners, several state representatives, as well as Butler, Fayette,