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By Megan Knepka on February 14, 2017

The following is a list of common financial documents that may be cluttering your home, and how long you should hold onto each:

February 3, 2017

Diane Tiveron sits down with Corporate and Business Law attorney Amanda Wyzykiewicz to over some tips to help with your taxes. 

Listen here.

By Matthew Weber on January 30, 2017

Picking the right business structure is a critical, since your choice can impact how you pay your taxes, how much paperwork you need to file, and how you can distribute your profits. Below is a list of the types of business structures along with how advantageous and disadvantageous they are. One form is not necessarily better than any other.  Each business owner must assess his or her own needs. It may be important to seek advice from business experts and professionals when considering the advantages and disadvantages of a business entity.

By Ryan Johnsen on January 24, 2017

Ever scroll through your Twitter Feed, Facebook Page or Instagram account and notice an artist, musical group or celebrity with a name that seems a bit… bizarre?  Out of line?  Inappropriate?  Disparaging?  If you ever were somewhat disgusted by these types of names and wondered if they could actually be trademarked, you’re not alone. 

By Rebecca Guerra on January 18, 2017

A recent study out of the University of Alabama identified key warning signs that signal that aging adults are suffering from a decline in financial decision-making abilities. Researchers found that early warning signs that may be present include:

January 12, 2017

If you live in Western New York, you know that winters can be brutal.  The following are tips that you can use to stay safe in the winter weather:

January 6, 2017

As of January 4, 2017, New York State regulations regarding brokers' treatment of consumer funds, real estate course subjects and hours, as well as business card requirements, were amended.   The changes are generally helpful for real estate brokers and salespersons and modernize outdated regulations. 

January 4, 2017

Debit cards advertised on college campuses or displaying a school logo often aren’t created in the best interest of students.

By Megan Knepka on December 27, 2016

Legal Tip of the Week: What You Need To Know About Holiday Pay and Time Off

By Megan Knepka on December 8, 2016

Privacy protection today can seem like a daunting task.   We are so interconnected and constantly using different methods of technology that privacy protection seems like a full-time job. We have passwords to access different accounts, browse hundreds of websites, and utilize WiFi from several devices and numerous servers. Although it seems almost impossible to be completely protected from online hackers and identity thieves, there are some things you can do to protect your personal information. 

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