Commentary.Omnibus.2019.08.16: 5 Tips on Managing the ‘Boomerang Generation,’ and More!

NYTimes: 5 Tips on Managing the ‘Boomerang Generation’Rae, What Should I Do With My Old 401(k)?Kozusko, Harris & Duncan, Should offshore trusts stay offshore - the problemsNPR: New Markers For Alzheimer's Disease Could Aid Diagnosis And Speed Up Drug DevelopmentThe Atlantic: Your Professional Decline Is Coming (Much) Sooner Than You Think. Here’s how to make … Continue reading Commentary.Omnibus.2019.08.16: 5 Tips on Managing the ‘Boomerang Generation,’ and More!

Commentary.Omnibus.2019.08.09: You’re Spending Too Much Time On Your Investments, and More!

Ex-Wife, Business Partner Denied Refund Beats IRS at Eleventh CircuitAshley Hawley, Long-Term Care Insurance – Is it an Option for You?Washington Post: ‘Well, that was a weird moment’ and other signs of dementia family members should watch forKotlikoff, Ask Larry: Does My Larger Social Security Retirement Benefit Disqualify Me From Spousal Benefits?Kotlikoff, Ask Larry: Will … Continue reading Commentary.Omnibus.2019.08.09: You’re Spending Too Much Time On Your Investments, and More!

Lauren Padama, INFORMED CONSENT AND DECISION- MAKING AFTER LOSS OF COMPETENCY IN DEMENTIA PATIENTS: A NEW MODEL

Lauren Padama has made available for download her book, Informed Consent and Decision-Making After Loss of Competency in Dementia Patients: A New Model. Download the full book by clicking Lauren Padama, INFORMED CONSENT AND DECISION- MAKING AFTER LOSS OF COMPETENCY IN DEMENTIA PATIENTS: A NEW MODEL.

Kislik, Managing an Underperformer in a Family Business, Harvard Business Review

Liz Kislik, has published her article, Managing an Underperformer in a Family Business on the Harvard Business Review website. Her article begins as follows: In family businesses, leaders sometimes make hiring and staffing decisions based on relationship and obligation as much as on competence and experience. After all, one purpose of these firms is to … Continue reading Kislik, Managing an Underperformer in a Family Business, Harvard Business Review

Individuals with significant tax debt should act promptly to avoid revocation of passports [IRS News Release IR 2019-141]

The Internal Revenue Service today urged taxpayers to resolve their significant tax debts to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy. They should contact the IRS now to avoid delays in their travel plans later. Under the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, the IRS notifies the State Department (State) of taxpayers certified as owing a … Continue reading Individuals with significant tax debt should act promptly to avoid revocation of passports [IRS News Release IR 2019-141]

Weiner Brodsky, MAINE ENACTS EMERGENCY LEGISLATION TO AMEND UNIFORM PROBATE CODE

The State of Maine has passed H.P. 1118, which will amend its Uniform Probate Code (UPC), effective July 1, 2019. The Bill enacts changes to the Uniform Probate Code, which includes allowing "probate, appointment or testacy proceedings to be commenced in relation to a claim for personal injury made against a decedent by a person without … Continue reading Weiner Brodsky, MAINE ENACTS EMERGENCY LEGISLATION TO AMEND UNIFORM PROBATE CODE

Commentary.Omnibus.2019.08.08: Conflict Issues In The Sale Of Closely Held Businesses, and More!

Simone et al., Examining the Immediate Effects of Recent Tax Law Changes on the Structure of Executive CompensationSarah Chang, Common slipups compromising the effectiveness of trusts you have or will createKotlikoff, Ask Larry: What Social Security Spousal Benefits Can My Wife File For?Reid, Why And How Lawyers And Law Schools Should Embrace Artificial IntelligenceNYTimes: Aid … Continue reading Commentary.Omnibus.2019.08.08: Conflict Issues In The Sale Of Closely Held Businesses, and More!