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Tax software may not save you money in long run

The retail price of most popular tax preparation software is around $20, but what does using software to prepare you taxes really cost you? Missed deductions and tax credits, improper or overlooked tax elections, unnecessary penalties, and neglected long-term tax ...

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Misplaced fences can slow real estate transactions

Throughout the region, one can find a variety of fences around properties. Whether for reasons of lifestyle, privacy or a family pet, fences exist for good reason. Generally, fences that do not match exactly the property lines of the lot ...

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Mandatory CLE requirements for newly admitted attorneys in state of NY

Part Two Of Three Subpart B of mandatory continuing legal education program for attorneys in the state of New York, as amended July 1, 2000. §1500.10 Application (a) The requirements of this Subpart shall apply to all newly admitted attorneys, ...

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Film company employs legal dept. of 108 lawyers (8024)

What gives international recognition to the name Rochester, NY≠ Kodak. Almost anywhere you travel, people will recognize Rochester by association with the headquarters of the film giant. “The Imaging Capital of the World” truly is a term of endearment that ...

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Real estate purchase offers increase in February (8025)

Sales of existing single family homes dropped 39.6 percent in February from January reported the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors. A total of 1,636 homes were listed for sale last month, down 11.2 percent from January when 1,843 homes were ...

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Tax software may not save you money in long run (8028)

The retail price of most popular tax preparation software is around $20, but what does using software to prepare you taxes really cost you≠ Missed deductions and tax credits, improper or overlooked tax elections, unnecessary penalties, and neglected long-term tax ...

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Misplaced fences can slow real estate transactions (8029)

Throughout the region, one can find a variety of fences around properties. Whether for reasons of lifestyle, privacy or a family pet, fences exist for good reason. Generally, fences that do not match exactly the property lines of the lot ...

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Mandatory CLE requirements for newly admitted attorneys in state of NY (12788)

Part Two Of Three Subpart B of mandatory continuing legal education program for attorneys in the state of New York, as amended July 1, 2000. §1500.10 Application (a) The requirements of this Subpart shall apply to all newly admitted attorneys, ...

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U.S. Atty. for Western Dist. of NY resigns post (8021)

Denise E. O’Donnell, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of New York has resigned from her post at the request of President George W. Bush.The resignation is effective May 31, 2001. O’Donnell was nominated to the position by former U.S. ...

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Attys.' continuing legal ed. requirements amended (8022)

The Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court amended Part 1500 of Title 22 of the Official Compilations of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York, entitled “Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Program for Attorneys in the State of ...

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Benefits, healthcare and the workplace CLE slated for March 23 (12787)

Michael T. Harren, partner at Chamberlain D’Amanda Oppenheimer & Greenfield is one of the session panelists participating in a Continuing Education Program on March 23 at the Radisson Hotel Airport, Jefferson Rd. Harren has been with the firm since 1974 ...

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U.S. Atty. for Western Dist. of NY resigns post

Denise E. O’Donnell, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of New York has resigned from her post at the request of President George W. Bush.The resignation is effective May 31, 2001. O’Donnell was nominated to the position by former U.S. ...

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