November 27, 2018 | Corporate Law

Year End Business Priorities 

With the close of the calendar year fast approaching, it is a good time to address year end issues and plan for 2019. The following is a streamlined year end checklist: Confirm compliance with the Affordable Care Act. Despite mixed signals from Washington, companies need to make the required filings to remain in good standing.... More
October 25, 2018 | Corporate Law

Proper Treatment of Workers as Independent Contractor versus Employee is Critical

In Massachusetts, it is crucial to properly determine if a worker is an employee or an independent contractor of the employer. If a worker is not properly classified by the employer, it may cause the employer and the directing officers to incur substantial civil penalties and potentially criminal penalties. An employer cannot classify a worker... More
October 25, 2018 | Elder Law

How to Claim Unclaimed Property

Nothing beats the joy of finding five dollars in an old pair of pants. Imagine finding $250 or $10,000. Given the amount of abandoned property in the United States (bank accounts, stocks, etc.), “found money” is a real possibility. The increase in abandoned property may be due to our increasingly mobile society, fewer people having... More
September 30, 2018 | Elder Law

Aging Life Care Professionals Can Ease Transitions

From Guest Contributor: LifeCare Advocates An article in the Boston Globe on August 6, 2018 entitled “There’s a window, and once it closes, it closes forever” details the challenging decisions faced by elders and their families who wish to “age in place” at home, but for whom a move to a more supportive living environment... More
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