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Small Business Exclusion under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which among other things will provide mandatory emergency FMLA leave and sick leave, is effective April 1, 2020 and ends December 31, 2020.  Employers must post a notice about leave entitlements in a conspicuous […]

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Employment Law Update:  Impact of New Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Business Law

On March 18th the Senate passed, and the President signed, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which among other things will provide paid family and sick leave to individuals in the U.S. affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus.  The new law […]

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Secure Act

Estate Planning

It’s called the Secure Act, and what you don’t know about it could end up costing thousands.  The Secure Act was signed into law on December 20, 2019, and it means big changes for your pre-tax retirement accounts. Prior to […]

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Buy-Sell Agreements: A Must for Every Business

Business Law

Two friends have a great idea and decide to go into business together. The now-business-partners focus on finding capital to make the idea work, looking for a place to do business, and registering the company. The partners have many decisions […]

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Property Tax Daze

Real Estate Tax Law

It’s the new year, meaning property tax season is in full swing. If you are a property owner in the State of Michigan, you should have received a Winter Property Tax bill from your local taxing authority. Winter Tax bills […]

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Ringing in the New Year

Now that we have adjusted from writing “2019” and started writing “2020,” there is one more thing you should try and remember.  Many agencies have issued warnings saying you should write out “2020” when signing and dating documents. The reasoning […]

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