No matter how calm and collected you may be in your everyday life, a serious accident can easily leave you feeling panicked and confused.
Most people think of Valentine’s Day as a romantic time in which happy couples get to spend quality time together. Believe it or not, the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day are also a very popular time for divorces.
After being in a car accident, your life can become difficult. You may have injuries that require months or years of recovery, operations or other treatments. You may be limited by your new disabilities or have to miss social gatherings due to pain or other issues.
The importance of removing snow and ice from sidewalks should never be underestimated. If it is not removed, sidewalks can become so dangerous that it is almost impossible to walk on them. This can pose a problem for homeowners and landlords alike.
Slow business cycles provide a unique opportunity for companies to evaluate important and often overlooked aspects of their operation. In short, this “down” time offers business owners and executives a chance to get their affairs in order.
Western New York is known for its severe winter weather, and this year has certainly brought its fair share of cold weather and winter storms. Winter weather often creates slippery conditions that can significantly increase the risk of injury due to slip and falls or motor vehicle accidents
People often have questions regarding the STAR real property tax exemption. The STAR exemption entitles anyone who owns a primary residence to a reduction in the amount they pay for School Tax (STAR = School Tax Relief).
Any large-scale life event brings with it a chance to learn a range of lessons. In fact, a great deal of our knowledge and understanding comes from having gone through difficult experiences.
As 2014 comes to an end, it is a good time to assess your estate plan. For many, estate planning is something they realize they should do, but they keep postponing. With the dawn of a new year, it is time to consider management and protection of assets during lifetime and controlling distribution following death so you may leave a legacy for your loved ones.
All businesses are required to pay taxes and keep accounting records year by year. You automatically choose your tax year when you file the first tax return for your business. After that, you have to get the IRS permission to change.