The IRS is working on a new Form 1040 for the 2019 tax season and announced in late June that they are streamlining the Form 1040 into a “shorter, simpler postcard-sized” form intended to replace and consolidate current Forms 1040, ...Read More »
No profession appreciates the power of language and understands the value of time better than the legal profession. It’s no surprise, then, that lawyers are absolutely “killing it” when it comes to embedding content as a key component in their ...Read More »
As yields on short-term, high quality securities fell to paltry levels over the last few years, investors scrambled to find safe, yield-generating investments for their portfolios. Keeping yields attractive typically required an investor to either extend duration or move down ...Read More »
Workplace Issues: Claims of hostile work environment: When does the Continuing Violations Doctrine apply?
The hostile work environment theory under Title VII and State Human Rights Law requires a showing of severe or pervasive acts. The harassment often extends over several years and statutes of limitation capture the most recent acts of discrimination. The ...Read More »
Wednesday the S&P 500 hit a major milestone: the longest bull market ever for the index, stretching 3,453 days since hitting a bottom in March 2009. Recent glances at your 401(k) balance or investment statements over the last few years ...Read More »
On Feb. 28, 2017, President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order directing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Corps of Engineers to review and rescind the 2015 “waters of the United States” rule that was issued under the ...Read More »