It is important to promptly review policies, notify insurers of claims, and track losses, even if there are issues or questions that may ultimately preclude coverage.
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Many small companies, nonprofits and freelancers are eligible for federal grants and low-interest loans. But confusion, delays and red tape abound.
The US Chamber of Commerce compiles online guide with updates and resources to help small business survive the coronavirus pandemic.
C19 UPDATE: CDC Updates Coronavirus Guidance for Businesses As we learn more about the coronavirus the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is updating the guidance they give to business owners and employers. They issued updates on Friday, March 21st to include Updated cleaning and disinfection guidance Updated best practices for conducting social distancing Updated strategies…
With COVID-19 impacting more and more Americans, individuals across the country are scrambling to set up wills and end-of-life directives.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced Friday that the administration has moved the IRS deadline for filing taxes from April 15 to July 15 due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus.
If you have a high deductible health plan (HDHP), you may still be able to get coverage for Covid-19 testing and treatment without paying a deductible.
“Don't panic” has been a common refrain from government leaders, public health professionals, and across social media from well-meaning people trying to keep everyone calm during the coronavirus pandemic.
The annual BEST OF OMAHA voting is now open for the 2020 award season. We were privileged to be the First Place Winners in the category of Estate Planning for 2019, and we’d love to do it again with your help! Being BEST OF OMAHA fits perfectly with our mission and core values. Our MISSION is to help families design, share and preserve their legacy for future generations, through careful legal planning and lifetime relationships. Our core values include: • Legacy – our work is significant because every client’s legacy is significant • Integrity – we honor our word • Excellence – we hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of service • Family – families are at the center of everything we do We strive to be the best, not only in Omaha but throughout the eight states where we serve clients with estate, business, and elder law planning solutions. Would you be so kind as to vote for us for the next Best of Omaha event? You can register here: http://bestofvoting.com/register.aspx Thanks very much for your support!
The more you read the trust, the more familiar you will become with the key provisions.